The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Presents
The Clarion String Quartet
Wednesday, October 11th
The Clarion String Quartet is comprised of musicians from the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. They will play works written before, during and after the Holocaust by composers who were silenced by the Nazis. The quartet – who performed these works last year at the Teresienstadt Concentration Camp – will also discuss the history of these compositions.
The Clarion Quartet will be joined by internationally-renowned poet Anzhelina Polonskaya (Russia). She is currently an exiled writer-in-residence in the City of Refuge in Frankfurt, Germany. She will Skype into the concert to read her poetry.
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Did you know that there is a restaurant in City of Asylum @ Alphabet City? During these events, Alphabet City will be set up so that you can have dinner during the event (or simply order drinks).
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