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Gesprächskonzert: Anspielen gegen das Grauen
Berlin, Thursday, 29 September 2005, 8:00pm, Konzerthaus
(note change of programme)
in the Musikclub of the Konzerthaus Berlin, Gendarmenmarkt, 10117 Berlin.
Change of programme: due to health problems the original speaker, Edith Kraus, former pianist in Terezín, can no longer travel. In her place, Eva Hermannová, who was imprisoned as a young person in Terezín and participated among other things in the performances of Brundibár, will talk about Terezín.
The programme also includes a piano recital by Jacqueline Bowen Cole ( London ):
Szymon Laks (1901–83)
Tue 24 Jan 2006 , 7:30pm
St John’s , Smith Square , London SW1P 3HA
J. S. Bach arr. Busoni
Sponsors include Frank Harders Wuthenow, Clive Marks and the Jewish Music Institute.The concert is promoted by the Viktor Ullmann and Szymon Laks Foundations:
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