Judy Kopelow

November 04, 2005 05:54 ET

Elie Wiesel's powerful message at Holocaust Education Week

Musical selections create remembrance of young people who perished in the Holocaust Attention: Arts/Entertainment Editor, Assignment Editor, City Editor, Lifestyle Editor, News Editor TORONTO, ONTARIO--(CCNMatthews - Nov. 4, 2005) - Returning from acclaimed performances at Prague's Spanish Synagogue,
producer and director Judy Kopelow unites with dynamic singers in powerful musical remembrances of young people who perished in the Holocaust

In Honour of the UJA Federation 25th Annual Holocaust Education Week a special retrospective performance with selections from: Ani Maamin; a song lost and found again with words by Elie Wiesel and music by Darius Milhaud, White Rose. music by Udo Zimmermann, libretto by Wolfgang Willaschek and Children of A Vanished World with Roman Vishniac photographs projected 10x15 feet accompanied by music of the shtetl.
the world which vanished with the holocaust.

Performed by MARTA MATULEWICZ-SOPRANO and JOEY NICEFORO- TENOR, accompanied by cello, clarinet, piano and dramatic narration.

Tuesday, November 8, 2005 at 8:00pm
The Music Room, Hart House, 7 Hart House Circle, University of Toronto
Tickets $10.00 from uofttix.ca or 416-978-8849
Information: j.kopelow@sympatico.ca or 416-787-1060 /For further information: Judy Kopelow at 416-787-1060 or j.kopelow@sympatico.ca/ IN: ENTERTAINMENT, INTERNATIONAL

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