Division of Marketing and Communication, University of Maine
During the Holocaust, a number of highly esteemed Eastern European musicians were imprisoned at Terezin Concentration Camp. There, under horrific conditions, they composed remarkable works of art that continue to speak to and about the immortality of the human spirit.
Carr, Joe, "Works of Composers Imprisoned During the Holocaust to be Performed at UMaine Concert" (2000). Social Justice: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. 279.
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