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Person

Gideon Klein

Moravian-born composer and pianist based in Prague, and one of the most important artists in the Terezín(Theresienstadt) ghetto.

Group

Madison Youth Choirs

 Over 500 young people ages 7-18 participate in one of 11 single-gender performing choirs or introductory choirs.

Person

Stephen Muir

Stephen Muir is Senior Lecturer in Music at Leeds University, and Principal Investigator for Performing the Jewish Archive.

Work

Trio for Violin, Viola and Cello

Gideon Klein's Trio, a central work in the string trio repertoire, performed at numerous Performing the Jewish Archive events.

Person

Sally Chisholm

Violist SALLY CHISHOLM is a member of the Pro Arte Quartet and artist-inresidence at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

Person

Parry Karp

 Artist-in-residence and professor of chamber music and cello at the University of Wisconsin–Madison; member of the Pro Arte Quartet.

Person

David Perry

Violinist DAVID PERRY is artist-in-residence and professor of violin at the University of Wisconsin–Madison; member of the Pro Arte Quartet

Work

Bachuri Le'an Tisa

Gideon Klein's poignant setting of Hebrew words, composed in the Terezin Ghetto.

Group

Pro Arte Quartet

The Pro Arte debuted in New Yor in 1926 and makes its permanent home at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.