On International Holocaust Remembrance Day the Sturm und Klang ensemble will perform live at the museum. Experience music by European composers impacted by Nazi violence and the Shoah in their bodies and minds, and discover a new piece created especially for the occasion. Learn about the way the Holocaust and its memory feature in the museum's permanent exhibition and contribute to shaping its narrative, during an introductory talk by Blandine Smilansky from the Events and Learning Team.
Pavel Haas - Seven Songs, op.18
Hans Krása - Drei Lieder
Adrien Tsilogiannis - Où est la plaie? (création)
Viktor Ullmann - Drei jiddische Lieder, op. 53
Arnold Schoenberg - Sérénade, op.24
Sturm und Klang (“Storm and Sound”) was founded in 2000 by Thomas Van Haeperen. It focuses essentially on repertoires of the 20th and 21st centuries, with original and demanding projects, in a spirit of discovery and dialogue around new ways of listening.
The event will be broadcasted online, please register here to receive access to the livestream.
Image credit: Thorsten Kienke
26 Jan 2021 @ 08:00 pm
26 Jan 2021 @ 09:30 pm
Duration: 1 hours, 30 minutes