This concert of works composed and performed in the Lodz, Vilna, and Terezin ghettos, is reflective of life in the ghettos under the Nazi regime. The program is narrated by Terezin Music Foundation director Mark Ludwig, a Fulbright Holocaust music scholar; and performed by pianist Virginia Eskin; BSO clarinetist Thomas Martin; mezzo soprano Deborah Rentz-Moore; and cellist Eugene Kim.
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Educational and public programming is generously supported by the Beker Foundation. Additional support provided by the Phillip and Edith Leonian Foundation.