NEVER TO BE FORGOTTEN
A Remembrance of composers who were killed in the Holocaust
Sunday, April 17th, 4:00pm | Dairy Arts Center
As part of Holocaust Remembrance Week in Boulder, the Dairy collaborates with the Boulder Jewish Community Center and the University of Colorado Department of Anthropology to present music of composers who were killed in the Holocaust. Brilliant composers such as Erwin Schulhoff, Viktor Ullmann, Mordecai Gebiritig, and Pavel Hass will be featured. We will also hear the heartfelt music of the ghettos, lullabies, and camp songs. Several of the best musical artists in the state will be performing, including Faye Nepon, Tamara Goldstein, Harumi Rhodes, Cobus duToit, Anna Englander, Amanda Riggers, John Boggs, and many others! Join us for an afternoon to remember – and to hear music that should never be forgotten.
This concert is part of the Holocaust Remembrance Week on the CU campus – a collaboration of Menorah of the Boulder JCC, the CU department of Anthropology, and the CU department of Jewish Studies.
Other events include:
- Monday, April 18th, 4pm
Keynote address and free public screening of the film “Surviving Skokie”
- April, 19, 20, and 21
Survivor talks (free and open to the public)
- Wednesday, April 20th
Film – “Once in a Lifetime” ($8 admission – $7 for seniors/students)