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THE 27th ANNUAL JACOBY-LUNIN HUMANITARIAN LECTURE IN AFFILIATION WITH THE CARL AND DOROTHY BENNETT CENTER FOR JUDAIC STUDIES

Mark Ludwig is a Boston Symphony Orchestra member emeritus who blends his musical career with social causes promoting tolerance. He founded the Terezín Music Foundation in 1991, a non-profit dedicated to amplifying the musical legacy of the artists imprisoned in Terezín (Theresienstadt), a World War II Nazi concentration camp in what is now the Czech Republic.

This event entails a spectacular program of music by Hans Krasa (of Brundibar fame), performed by the Terezin Quartet and Painter, with narrations by Mark Ludwig and a clip of the original Brundibar finale.

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