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Thwarted Voices: Music Suppressed by the Third Reich, London, UK, Jan 12

Thwarted Voices: Music Suppressed by the Third Reich

Soloists and Chamber Groups from the Yehudi Menuhin School, Director of Music: Malcolm Singer, perform music by composers who were banned, exiled or murdered by the Nazi regime. Programme includes: Franz Schreker: Intermezzo; Vilém Tausky: Coventry (string quartet) written on entering the bombed Coventry Cathedral; and 'The Twin Towers' (string quartet) written by young pupil Oscar Perks when he was twelve years old, at the time of the atrocity.

Wednesday 12 January 2005 6.15 - 8.00pm (Holocaust Commemoration)
Barbican Art Gallery, Silk Street, London EC2
Concert free to same-day ticket holders for the exhibition
Open daily 11am -8.00pm (except Tuesday and Thursday closes 6.00pm)
Exhibition: £8 Concessions £6 0845 121 6826

JMI in association with the Barbican Art Gallery

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