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KRISTALLNACHT COMMEMORATION

KRISTALLNACHT COMMEMORATION
Nov 09 2021 | 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

KRISTALLNACHT COMMEMORATION

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH KSU

KRISTALLNACHT COMMEMORATION

A Commemoriation of Kristalnacht featuring Music and Commentary.

TUESDAY NOV 9 | 7:30 PM

THIS EVENT IS BOTH IN PERSON OR VIRTUAL: Register Here

IN PERSON AT MORGAN CONCERT HALL OR VIRTUAL ON ZOOM.

 

Kennesaw State University's Dr. Bobbie Bailey School of Music (BSOM), in partnership with KSU Museum of History and Holocaust Education (MHHE) and The Breman Museum, will present "Kristallnacht Commemoration" on Tuesday, Nov. 9 at 7:30 p.m. in Morgan Concert Hall in the Dr. Bobbie Bailey & Family Performance Center. The event includes music, commentary, and a traveling exhibition.

 

  •      Music and commentary to commemorate Kristallnacht
  •      Features "Fugitive Footsteps" by Laurence Sherr
  •      Poetry by Holocaust Survivor and Nobel laureate Nelly Sachs
  •      Exhinition "Words, Music, Memory: (Re)Presenting Voices of the Holocaust" will be on display
  •      In Partnership with KSU Museum of History and Holocaust Education

 

Dr. Jesús Castro-Balbi, director of the BSOM, said, "Kristallnacht is a very important event in history, and as an educational institution, we seek to ensure that current and future generations understand the meaning of that event. At the Bailey School of Music, we do that through music, and by partnering with entities on- and off-campus to help us tell that story."

 

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