Behind every song there is a story, and behind this concert is a remarkable tale. In 1925 a musician from the Frand family in Dubiecko, Poland, travelled to the United States with a violin and a case stuffed with music. Here in America he dispersed the music to various family members. Join flutist Adrianne Greenbaum, and an ensemble of leading klezmorim – singer and multi-instrumentalist Michael Alpert, drummer Brian Glassman, violinist Jake Shulman-Ment, and tsimbl player Pete Rushefsky – as they perform songs from this treasure trove of Jewish music. At the start of the program, Adrianne Greenbaum talks about how this music came to her and reunited a family.