100 Years of Separation: Agrest Family Musical Reunion 

Classical guitar, backed by viola and violin, playing tangos and traditional Jewish music

What is it? Classical guitar, backed by viola and violin, playing tangos and traditional Jewish music.

Why see it? Argentinian Ariel Elijovich is a master of the nylon string guitar, and the laureate of the 1997 Pomponio-Martinez Zarate competition. He joins recently reunited relatives Alex Agrest (viola) and Rozolita Mikulinsky (violin) for a special performance that includes tangos, pieces by Vivaldi, Piazzolla, Gilardino, plus Jewish songs and dances.

Who should go? Classical music lovers will enjoy a transatlantic diversity of styles performed by quality musicians.

PICCOLO SPOLETO • $15 • 1 hour • June 1, 8 at 3 p.m. • Brith Sholom Beth Israel Synagogue, 182 Rutledge Ave. 8 (888) 374-2656

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