BSU Honors College Concert: Forbidden Sounds, Music of the Holocaust.

When Thursday, April 11, 2019
7:00pm
Where Ball State University School of Music
Hahn Hall (next to Sursa) in the Music Instruction Building
1890 W Riverside Ave, Muncie, IN 47303
What Music - ball state university, classical music, concerts, educational performance, fundraising, history, jazz, memorial, music education, outreach, singing, spoken word

Save your date! Mark your calendars! Ball State University Honors College students participate for the second time in Forbidden Sounds, Music of the Holocaust; a concert honoring the music of composers who died or whose music was banned during 1933-1945, and the historical events of the Holocaust. The concert features music by composers such as: Erwin Schulhoff, Pavel Haas, Gideon Klein, Ilse Weber, Bedřich Smetana, music from Buchenwald and Dachau camps. In addition, Zita Nurok's short story A House with Stories to Tell, along with excerpts from The Book Thief will be read. Performers include Honors College Students Cassie Buescher, Wesley Byers, Devon Lejman, ChiChi Nnatubeugo, Drew Tomasik, Lydia Wiseheart, Sam Turk and Arianna Zielinski with their professor Dr. Galit Gertsenzon on piano and guest musicians: Rebecca Braun, Mezzo-Soprano and Prof. Emeritus George Wolfe on the Saxophone.

When? Thursday, April 11. Time: 7 pm Location: Hahn Hall (Next to Sursa Hall).

1890 W Riverside Ave, Muncie, IN 47303

THE CONCERT IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.