Women’s Art Society of Montreal presents

The Klezmerized TRIO Tuesday, December 12, 2017
A musical performance by, THE KLEZMERIZED TRIO
from 1:30 to 2:30pm
at the Unitarian Church of Montreal, 5035 de Maisonneuve West
Nonmembers $10. New members welcome – men also.
www.womensartsociety.com or 514-495-3701

The Klezmerized trio includes Roslyn, Eric and Julie Abramovitz. Roslyn is a mother of four, with Eric and Julie being two of her children. She has a Master’s degree in piano performance and is a French-English translator and copy editor, piano teacher/accompanist, substitute teacher and seniors’ choir director. Eric Abramovitz, 23, has a Bachelor of Music in performance from McGill University and is pursuing a graduate certificate at USC in Los Angeles. He recently won the position of Associate Principal, 2nd and Eb clarinet in the Nashville Symphony Orchestra, where he will be starting in January 2018. Julie Abramovitz, 20, is a university student at Concordia in Human Relations and has been playing the violin since the age of four.

The Klezmerized trio performs at weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, house parties, marketing events and seniors’ residences.


 

The Women’s Art Society of Montreal invites you to become a member of our group, where you can connect with like-minded people who enjoy the arts. Events are held bimonthly on Tuesday from September to December then from March to May, from 1:30 to 2:30pm, at the UNITARIAN CHURCH OF MONTREAL, 5035 Boulevard de Maisonneuve West, Montreal, QC H4A 1Y5.
For more information visit: www.womensartsociety.com or call 514-495-3701.

Founded in 1894 and incorporated in 1968, the Women’s Art Society of Montreal has played an important role in fostering awareness and understanding of the arts among the general public of the city. As one of the earliest organizations for women artists, the Women’s Art Society of Montreal helped pave the way for the integration of women into the art world. Nowadays, the Women’s Art Society is more social and educational than professional in nature since various opportunities and avenues of support are open to female artists.