A musician’s project sheds new light on artistic life in the Terezín concentration camp

(JTA) — Over the past several decades, the Terezín concentration camp has come to be synonymous with the music of the Holocaust because of the number of performers who were imprisoned there.

Now, in the latest production associated with a foundation devoted to preserving the camp’s legacy, a new book reveals how one prominent musician thought about music at the camp at the time, offering fresh insights about the complicated nature of life in Terezín. 


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