Nov 04 2017
Hours of Freedom: The Story of the Terezín Compos...

Hours of Freedom: The Story of the Terezín Compos...

Presented by Washington Jewish Music Festival at Cultural Arts Center-Montgomery College

19th Washington Jewish Music Festival Centerpiece Evening

Sponsored by The Defiant Requiem Foundation

Hours of Freedom: The Story of the Terezín Composer showcases music by fifteen composers imprisoned in the Theresienstadt (Terezín) concentration camp.

Presented as nine chapters with titles including “Hope,” “Fate,” “Longing,” and “The Eyewitness,” this concert combines music, video, and narrative to highlight works by Viktor Ullmann, Gideon Klein, Zigmund Schul, Pavel Haas, Rudolf Karel, and others. The compositions performed portray the agony and suffering of camp life, along with the inspiration, revelation, and harmony that comes through music.

Performers include: Murry Sidlin, creator & writer; Rheda Becker, narrator; Arianna Zukerman, soprano; Ann McMahon Quintero, mezzo-soprano; Rolando Sanz, tenor; Philip Cutlip, baritone; Herbert Greenberg, violin; and Phillip Silver, piano.

Admission Info

Online $35 | Door $45

Phone: 202-777-3241

Email: alexisr@edcjcc.org

Dates & Times

2017/11/04 - 2017/11/04

Location Info

Cultural Arts Center-Montgomery College

7995 Georgia Ave, Silver Spring, MD 20910

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