An evening of words and music reflecting the events of the Holocaust, with Raphael Wallfisch and Anita Lasker-Wallfisch.
Anita Lasker-Wallfisch, one of the few surviving members of the Women’s Orchestra in Auschwitz, will speak about how art can survive the worst of human atrocities.
Raphael Wallfisch is Anita’s son and a world-renowned musician. He will play a recital of evocative and sublime cello music, inspired by his Jewish heritage.
John York has an international reputation as a pianist, composer and writer. For over 30 years he has been professor at the Guildford School of Music and Drama. He will be accompanying Raphael on the piano.
All secondary schools in Devon are invited to book now for up to 4 students and one teacher to attend this event.
Schools are being given priority booking, with ticketing being opened to the general public on 20th November.
This event will be of specific relevance to students interested in History, Religious Studies, English, Music, Citizenship etc.
Book online or contact Ed Pawson for more information.