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From Terezín

Sunday December 8, 2013

Asia Society Texas Center, 1370 Southmore Blvd., Houston, TX 77004  



Overview

HGOco presents three free concerts designed for audiences to explore aspects of HGO's production of The Passenger: remembrance, memory, and hope. 

From Terezín
Sunday December 8, 2013 | 5:30 p.m.

Admission is free. Please click here to RSVP on the Holocaust Museum Houston Website. 
Follow the link above and choose "From Terezin" from the drop down menu to reserve your spot for the event.


Hosted by scholar Lawrence L. Langer, this concert explores the music, art, poetry, and philosophy that emerged in the horrific climate of Terezín, a camp that housed scientists, philosophers, instrumentalists, singers, composers, and other leaders, supposedly to “protect” them from the dangers of war. Produced in partnership with Holocaust Museum Houston, this program honors those who lived through their art and created prolifically while detained at Terezín.

 

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HGOco presents three free concerts designed for audiences to explore aspects of HGO's production of The Passenger: remembrance, memory, and hope. 

From Terezín
Sunday December 8, 2013 | 5:30 p.m.

Admission is free. Please click here to RSVP on the Holocaust Museum Houston Website. 
Follow the link above and choose "From Terezin" from the drop down menu to reserve your spot for the event.


Hosted by scholar Lawrence L. Langer, this concert explores the music, art, poetry, and philosophy that emerged in the horrific climate of Terezín, a camp that housed scientists, philosophers, instrumentalists, singers, composers, and other leaders, supposedly to “protect” them from the dangers of war. Produced in partnership with Holocaust Museum Houston, this program honors those who lived through their art and created prolifically while detained at Terezín.

 

Donate Now Button on Support HGO 

To give by phone or for more information, contact Rebecca Kier at 713-546-0252 or rkier@houstongrandopera.org.

To submit your gift by mail, please use this form.

Loyal donors are behind each performance at Houston Grand Opera.
We can’t do it without you; please consider making a gift today!

Donate Now  


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