The inaugural festival for the Performing the Jewish Archive global events, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.
|Date||1st May 2016 - 5th May 2016|
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Performance of Simon Parmet’s arrangement of Haleluyo as part of Jac Weinstein's tableau Mother Rachel in Madison, Wisconsin, 2016
A melodrama for speaker and piano, composed by Viktor Ullmann in the Terezín-Theresienstadt Ghetto to Rainer Maria Rilke's poem.
Harlequin in the Ghetto (LSU/Madison) was created at Louisiana State University based on a script from the Terezín/Theresienstadt Ghetto.
Filmed performance of Gideon Klein: Portrait of a Composer. (A Performing the Jewish Archive event.)
Performance of Simon Parmet’s song Eyli, Eyli as part of Jac Weinstein's tableau Mother Rachel in Madison, Wisconsin, 2016
Over 500 young people ages 7-18 participate in one of 11 single-gender performing choirs or introductory choirs.
Bach Dancing and Dynamite Society
Recording of the performance of Jac Weinstein's tableau Mother Rachel and Her Children in Madison WI, 2016
Performance of Simon Parmet's Yiddish folksongs at the 'Out of the Shadows' festival in Madison, Wisconsin, 2016.
Performance of Gideon Klein's Bachuri Le'an Tisa, as part of a Performing the Jewish Archive event.
Choir that performed at 'Out the Shadows' festival in Madison WI, 2016
Performed by members of the Pro Arte String Quartet. A Performing the Jewish Archive event.
Film crew that have been filming the performances at Performing the Jewish Archive's festivals and other events
The final concert of the 'Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish Music and Theater' festival, Madison (Wisconsin)
On the grounds of Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Friends Unitarian Society, a concert venue used by Performing the Jewish Archive.
Pre-concert talk by David Fligg, in Madison, Wisconsin. (A Performing the Jewish Archive event)
Simon Parmet’s arrangement of Under the child's cradle as part of Jac Weinstein's tableau Mother Rachel in Madison, 2016
Restored art-deco theater incorporated into a performing arts centre. Venue associated with a Performing the Jewish Archive event.
Chamber music with a bang!
The Pro Arte debuted in New Yor in 1926 and makes its permanent home at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Madison's youth orchestra (more to come).
Recording of New Budapest Orpheum Society's concert in Madison WI, 2016
University of Wisconsin - Madison opera theatre
Performance of Gideon Klein's folksongs, arranged for girls' choir and piano by Stephen Muir.
One of the world's major Jewish archives, an invaluable source for Performing the Jewish Archive project researchers and scholars.
A theatrical presentation of the life and music of Gideon Klein. (A Performing the Jewish Archive event)
Concert of the New Budapest Orpheum Society for the Out of the Shadows festival in Madison, WI, 2016.
Performance of Gideon Klein's folksong setting for male voices. A Performing the Jewish Archive event.
One of the United States' premier public land-grant research universities.
2016 Grammy award nominee and ensemble in residence at the University of Chicago, Illinois.