The Jewish Heritage Protection Foundation and the Polonia Music ART Foundation invite you to a concert devoted to Polish and Czech composers of Jewish origin, the victims of the Holocaust. The concert "salvaged music" will be held in the center of the "synagogue" of the Foundation for the protection of the Jewish heritage in Zamość, on Sunday 5 August at 18.00.
The event commemorates 75. Anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Performed by the Art Chamber Ensemble, the compositions of Józef Kofflera-one of the most interesting composers of Polish modernism and the first Polish creator Dodekafonicznego, Mariana Neuteicha-known mainly from film music and conductor The Jewish Philharmonic Orchestra in Warsaw Ghetto, Joachim Mendelson – lecturers at the Music Institute in Warsaw, as well as eminent Czech composers, graduates of the Music Academy in Prague and Brno – Gideon Klein and Pavel Haas. The concert will end the piano trio "Silent Voices", the American creator Benjamin Leesa from 1998 years dedicated "to those whose voices forever Umilkły during the massacres and genocide", as the composer himself explains. The niezwykłości of this concert is his program, because there were very rarely performed works, most of which were not presented to Polish audience.
They play the members of the Art Chamber ensemble. Its founders – the violinist Jarosław Przybylska-Nowak and the pianist of the Polish and foreign musicians. The concert will be attended by young talented artists, students and graduates of the Polish Academy of Music in Wroclaw, Poznan, as well as Austria in Graz and Vienna, winners of many music competitions: Ewelina Korczakowska (violin), Dominica Luteńko (violin), Anna Roller (violin), Adrian Mołocznik (viola), Weronika Strugała (cello). The word about the music is the Gniewomir Zajączkowski.
It was financed by the Minister of Culture and National heritage from the Cultural Promotion Fund.