Golem Makes Chicago Debut as It Bridges Rock and Klezmer

Chicago (Illinois), USA – New York-based
Klezmer rock band Golem makes its Chicago debut Sunday, Sept. 18 at 2
p.m. in an admission-free concert at the Clarke House Museum, 1827 S. Indiana
Chicago’s oldest home and a registered National Historic Landmark. The concert
is part of World Music Festival: Chicago 2005.

Golem performs as part of the 7th Annual World Music Festival: Chicago 2005
featuring the best in international music, Sept. 16 – 22. Organized by the
Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs, the weeklong World Music Festival
showcases both traditional and contemporary music from many of the world’s
diverse cultures. Festival events include a mix of free and ticketed concerts,
live radio broadcasts and educational workshops
presented in museums, parks, cultural centers, plazas, theaters, bookstores,
clubs and other venues throughout Chicago.World Music Festival: Chicago 2005 is made possible with generous support from
The Boeing Company; The Comer Foundation Fund; United “Chicago’s Hometown
Airline,” the official airline sponsor; Borders Books & Music; and Chicago
Public Radio WBEZ 91.5 FM, official radio sponsor.

For more information, call the World Music Festival: Chicago 2005
hotline at 312-742-1938 or visit

Author: World Music Central News Department

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