Concert dedicated to the memory of Holocaust victims.

On Wednesday 27 january 2021 at 20:00

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Maison de l’Histoire Européenne - Brussels

On this day dedicated to Holocaust remembrance, the Sturm und Klang ensemble will perform at the museum.

Maison de l’Histoire Européenne Rue Belliard 135, 1040 Brussels Belgium

Experience the music of European composers affected by Nazi violence and the Holocaust in their bodies and minds, as well as a musical work created especially for the occasion. Discover how the history and memory of the Holocaust are presented at the House of European History and their place in the narrative of the permanent exhibition, with an introduction by Blandine Smilansky, a member of the museum team.

Concert program:

Pavel Haas - Seven Songs, op.18

Hans Krása - Three Songs

Adrien Tsilogiannis - Where is the Wound? (premiere)

Viktor Ullmann - Three Yiddish Songs, op. 53

Arnold Schoenberg - Serenade, op.24

Sturm und Klang ("Storm and Sound") was founded in 2000 by Thomas Van Haeperen and focuses mainly on repertoires of the 20th and 21st centuries, with original and challenging projects, in a spirit of discovery and dialogue of new listening modes.

The event will be streamed online, so please register here to attend the live concert.