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November 14, 2003
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Jewish A Capella Festival at Johns Hopkins University

Johns Hopkins University's a capella group Ketzev will host the Fall Jewish A Capella Festival on at 8 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 23, in Schafler Auditorium of the Bloomberg Center for Physics and Astronomy, located on the university s Homewood campus, 3400 N. Charles St. in Baltimore.

The free concert will feature various a capella groups including Ani V'ata of New York University, Kaskeset of Binghamton University and the Shabbatones from the University of Pennsylvania.

Founded in 1997, Ketzev is a student-led group of performers who have toured throughout the eastern United States performing at various campuses and venues. The group, comprised of undergraduate students from Johns Hopkins, performs a variety of English, Hebrew and Yiddish music showcasing American, European and Israeli tunes.

Ketzev is supported by Hopkins Hillel JSA, an agency of Hillel of Greater Baltimore, and a constituent agency of THE ASSOCIATED: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore and Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life. Hillel provides social, religious, and educational services to undergraduate and graduate students in the greater Baltimore area. For information and details regarding Ketzev and the festival, contact Danny Kaplow at 732-406-5823 or e-mail dkaplow1@jhu.edu.

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