Terezin Remembered Project


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Click here to view our Terezin Remembered program book. E-mail Samantha if you would like a copy of this book.


Click here to listen to a commentary on the Terezin Remembered Project by Madeleine Kunin. This commentary was first broadcast May 5, 2010 on VPR. Click here to read a transcription of the commentary on VPR's website.


Click here to listen to a commentary on the Terezin Remembered Project by Peter Gilbert. This commentary was first broadcast April 5, 2010 on VPR. Click here to read a transcription of the commentary on VPR's website.


Explore VPR's Terezin Remembered page. You can listen to our May 1 Masterworks Pre-Concert Symposium (see below for details) by clicking here.


Watch a video segment featuring Susi Learmonth, a member of the Upper Valley Friends of the VSO, whose family was interned at Terezin.




Art Exhibit
Drawings created by Helga Weissova-Haskova during her incarceration as a young girl
Monday, April 26 through Saturday, May 23
Opening reception Friday, April 30, 5-7 p.m.
Firehouse Center for the Visual Arts, Church Street, 2nd floor, Burlington


Lecture
“Holding on to Humanity:  The Terezin Performance of Verdi’s Requiem and its Place in Postwar Memory”
Given by Anna Hájková, University of Toronto, and sponsored by the Center for Holocaust Studies at the University of Vermont
Tuesday, April 27, 8 p.m.
Waterman Memorial Lounge (Room 338), Waterman Building, UVM, Burlington


Chamber Music Concert
“Music From Terezin”
Kathy Andrew, violin; John Dunlop, cello; Kevin Deas, baritone; Nancy Dimock, oboe; Paul Orgel, piano; Paul Reynolds, viola; and Counterpoint, directed by Robert De Cormier
Introduction by Madeleine Kunin
Works of Pavel Haas, Gideon Klein, and others
Wednesday, April 28, 7:30 p.m., McCarthy Arts Center at St. Michael’s College, Colchester


Verdi Requiem Open Rehearsal
Robert De Cormier, conductor; Indra Thomas, soprano; Judith Engel, alto; Steven Tharp, tenor; Kevin Deas, bass; VSO Chorus
Saturday, May 1, 2:30-5:00 p.m., Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Burlington


Pre-Concert Symposium
“Musically Speaking”
Hosted by Jim Lowe and featuring VSO Chorus Director and Conductor Robert De Cormier and Terezin survivors Marianka Zadikow and Frederick Terna
Saturday, May 1, 7-7:45 p.m., Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Burlington
CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO THIS DISCUSSION AT VPR'S WEBSITE.

VSO Masterworks Series Finale
VERDI Requiem
Robert De Cormier, conductor; Indra Thomas, soprano; Judith Engel, alto; Steven Tharp, tenor; Kevin Deas, bass; VSO Chorus
Saturday, May 1, 8:15 p.m., Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Burlington
Read a review of the concert by critic Jim Lowe.

These events were part of "Terezin Remembered" which was supported by:

The Late Andre and Nussia Aisenstadt


The Automaster
Dinse, Knapp & McAndrew, P.C.
Northeast Delta Dental
Westaff


Vermont Humanities Council


L. Diana Carlisle and Jim Inman
Frank and Ducky Donath
Bruce Lisman
Pat Robins and Lisa Schamberg


Anonymous
Tricia Passmore Alley
Al and Gretchen Besser
Chittenden Wealth Management
Ed and Nancy Colodny
Cabot Creamery Cooperative
Michael and Margaret Galbraith
Jewish Community of Greater Stowe
Susi Learmonth
Deb and Paul Markowitz
National Life Group
Sylvia Robison
David and Edna Silver
SymQuest Group
WCAX-TV Channel 3/Peter Martin


In honor of Diana Carlisle: Elisabeth A. Bossi, Ann Geer, June Heins, Susan Rech and Marc Sarnow, Christine and Rolf Sellge


Special thanks to the UVM Center for Holocaust Studies, St. Michael's College, and the Firehouse Center for the Visual Arts.