"Music was heard in many ghettos, concentration camps and partisan outposts of Nazi-controlled Europe. For many victims of Nazi brutality, music was an important mens of preserving and asserting humanity" (excerpted from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum). To honor this powerful ethos, a quartet featuring Dmitry Sitkovetsky, violin; UNCG professors Kelly Burke, clarinet and Alexander Ezerman, cello; and pianist, Inara Zandmane, will present a program in commemoration of the Holocaust and the power of music during troubled times as a part of UNCG's inter-disciplinary event series, War & Peace Imagined. Ticketing for this event is free and open to the public; donations to support Holocaust education for Guilford County teachers through the Greensboro Jewish Federation.
Sponsor: UNCG School of Music, Theatre and Dance