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Research outputs

In this section:

Publications

2016
Helen Finch, ‘Prague Circles: H. G. Adler’s Kafkaesque Hope’, in H. G. Adler. Life, Literature, Legacy, ed. J. Creet, S. R. Horowitz & A. Bojadzija-Dan. Northwestern UP, 2016.

Helen Finch, ‘Ressentiment beyond Nietzsche and Amery; H. G. Adler between Literary Ressentiment and Divine Grace’, in Re-thinking Ressentiment. On the Limits of Criticism and the Limits of its Critics, ed. J. Riou & M. Gallagher. Transcript, 2016.

David Fligg, ‘A Festival of Rediscovered Czech Jewish Music’,  Czech Music Quarterly, Vol. 16/3 (2016).

Simo Muir, ‘”Not on the Jewish Migration Route”: Finland and Polish Holocaust Survivors’, Yad Vashem Studies 44 (1), 2016.

Simo Muir, Ei enää kirjeitä Puolasta: Erään juutalaissuvun kohtalonvuodet,[No More Letters from Poland: Fatal Years of a Jewish Family]. Tammi Publishers, 2016.

Simo Muir, ‘The Plan to Rescue Finnish Jews in 1944’, Holocaust and Genocide Studies 30 (1), 2016.
 
Simo Muir & Laura Ekholm, ‘Name Changes and Visions of “a New Jew” in the Helsinki Jewish Community’, in Jewish Studies in the Nordic Countries Today, ed. R. Illman & B. Dahla Scripta Instituti Donneriania Aboensis, 2016.

Simo Muir, Laura Ekholm & Oula Silvennoinen, ‘Linguistic, Cultural and History-related Studies on Jews in Finland’, Scandinavian Jewish Studies 27 (1), 2016.  

Lisa Peschel & Patrick Duggan, eds., Performing (for) Survival: Theatre, Crisis, Extremity. Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.

Lisa Peschel, ‘The Cultural Life of the Terezín Ghetto in 1960s Survivor Testimony: Theatre, Trauma and Resilience’, in Performing for Survival, 2016.

Joseph Toltz, ‘Listening to ethnographic Holocaust musical testimony through the “ears” of Jean-Luc Nancy’, in Music’s Immanent Future: The Deleuzian Turn in Music Studies, in S. Macarthur, J. Lochhead & J. Shaw. Routledge, 2016.

Joseph Toltz, ‘Music and Memory at Liberation’, Southerly 76 (1), 2016. 


2015
Helen Finch, ‘Holocaust Translation, Communication And Witness In The Work Of H. G. Adler’, in German Life and Letters 68 (3), 2015.

David Fligg, ‘Positioning Gideon Klein’, Colloque Musique et camps de concentration Conseil de l’Europe (2015)


Forthcoming
Helen Finch, Holocaust Literature in German: Canon, Witness, Remediation (forthcoming, 2018).

David Fligg, Critical biography of Gideon Klein (forthcoming, 2019).

David Fligg, chapter in The Routledge Handbook of Music Under German Occupation. Routledge (forthcoming late 2017 or 2018).

Lisa Peschel, ‘Laughter in the Ghetto: Cabarets from a Concentration Camp’, in Theatre under the NS Regime (forthcoming 2017). 

Lisa Peschel, ‘Performing Continuity, Performing Belonging: Three Cabarets from the Terezín Ghetto’, in A Companion to Public History (forthcoming 2017).

 

Conferences and seminars

2017
Teryl Dobbs, Joint (ad)venture music: Network as a challenge for music educators; 25th European Association for Music in Schools/6th European International Society for Music Education regional conference, 18 – 22 April 2017, University Mozarteum, Salzburg, Austria.

Teryl Dobbs, ‘Music Education and the Holocaust: So What?’, New Directions in Music Education Conference: Musicking Equity: Enacting Social Justice Through Music Education, 17 February 2017, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.

David Fligg, ‘Gideon Klein – Musical rupture and Jewish migration’, Musical cultures of the Habsburg Monarchy and its successor states, 23 February, 2017, University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna.

Simo Muir, ‘Merchants of Helsinki: Performing Jewish stereotypes, Performance, Empathy, Trauma and the Archive, Sydney, 14 August, 2017.   

Simo Muir, ‘”A comedy of us Jews’: Jews in Finland during WWII’, Interpreting Archives, British Association of Holocaust Studies Fourth Annual Conference, Sheffield 25 July 2017.

2016
David Fligg, ‘(Re)visiting the archives of Gideon Klein – Terezín, 1941-1944’, Annual conference of the Royal Musical Association, 3 September 2016 Guildhall School of Music & Drama, London

Simo Muir, ‘Mother Rachel and her children: The first phase of Holocaust remembrance in Finland’, 48th Annual conference of the Association for Jewish Studies, 18-20 December 2016, San Diego, USA.

Simo Muir, ‘Simon Pergament-Parmet – Between cosmopolitanism and nationalism’, Fourth Sibelius Academy symposium on music history, 1-3 June 2016, Helsinki, Finland.

Joseph Toltz, ‘Out of the depths: Complexity, subjectivity and materiality in the first collection of Holocaust songs’, 48th Annual conference of the Association for Jewish Studies, 18-20 December 2016, San Diego, USA.

Joseph Toltz, ‘To stay or to go?: Walter Wurzburger and Werner Baer, “Enemy aliens” and composer-musicians’, Fourth Sibelius Academy symposium on music history, 1-3 June 2016, Helsinki, Finland.

Daniel Tooke, ‘Hans Keller: A cosmopolitan in the “land without music”’, Fourth Sibelius Academy symposium on music history, 1-3 June 2016, Helsinki, Finland.


2015
David Fligg, ‘(Re)visiting the archive of Gideon Klein – Terezín Ghetto, 1941-1944’, Music under German occupation, 30 March 2015, University of Manchester.

David Fligg, ‘How to use field-work to find family information: A Czech case-study’, Annual conference of the Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies, 6 July 2015, Jerusalem.

Simo Muir, ‘Between two worlds and performances: S. An-sky’s The Dybbuk in Helsinki’, Performing the archive, 22-14 July 2015, NUI Galway.

Simo Muir, ‘Minhag Helsinki: Tradition and change’, Magnified and sanctified: Music of the Jewish prayer, 16-19 June 2015, University of Leeds.

Stephen Muir, ‘From Russia to The Cape: Archival remnants of a choral cantorial tradition’, Magnified and sanctified: Music of the Jewish prayer, 16-19 June 2015, University of Leeds.

Lisa Peschel, ‘Performing the historical context of a cabaret’, Performing the archive, 22-14 July 2015, NUI Galway.

Lisa Peschel, Performing the historical context of a cabaret from the Terezín/Theresienstadt Ghetto, Magnified and sanctified: Music of the Jewish prayer, 16-19 June 2015, University of Leeds.

Joseph Toltz, Society for Ethnomusicology 2015 annual meeting, 3 December 2015, Austin, Texas.

Joseph Toltz, ‘Listen/music/testimony: Revisiting an ethnographic Holocaust musical testimony project through Jean-Luc Nancy’s ‘Listening’, 38th National MSA Conference, 1 October 2015, Sydney Conservatorium of Music.

Public engagement

Lectures and seminar

Public lecture: The Jews of Finland (Simo Muir), 3 April 2017, Leeds Jewish Historical Society, United Hebrew Congregation Synagogue, Leeds.

Public event: Clifford’s Tower commemoration (Lisa Peschel), 16 March 2017, Clifford’s Tower, York.

Seminar: Music and Memorialisation: Performing Holocaust Testimony (David Fligg), 15 March 2017, University of Chester.

Public lecture: Jewish Music out of the Shadows: Hidden Archives, Lost Worlds (Stephen Muir), 14 February 2017, Davar Bristol, The Jewish Cultural Institute in Bristol and the South West.

Seminar: Music under the Third Reich (David Fligg), 14 February 2017, Terezín Initiative Institute, Prague.

Workshop: ‘Exploring the Holocaust’ (Lisa Peschel), Residential Course, 12 February 2017, College Court, Leicester.

Performance: UK National Holocaust Memorial Day (Libby Clark, Stephen Muir), 26 January 2017, Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, Westminster, London.

Seminar: ‘Performing a Holocaust Archive’ (David Fligg, Lisa Peschel, Stephen Muir), RNCM Research Forum, 25 January 2017, RNCM, Manchester.

Public lecture: No More Letters from Poland (Simo Muir), 25 January 2017, Public Library, Helsinki, Finland.

Lecture: Like Nothing Happened? Finnish Jewish Cultural Reactions to the Holocaust (Simo Muir), 24 January 2017, University of Helsinki.

Public lecture: Yiddish – in Finland! (Simo Muir), 11 December 2016, Sholem-Aleichem Cultural Center, Bronx, USA.

Public lecture: ‘Jewish musical activities in Finland during WWII’ (Simo Muir), Research Seminar series, 27 October 2016, University of Leeds, School of Music.

Public lecture: ‘Jews in Finland during WWII’ (Simo Muir), Limmud Stockholm, 19 November 2016, Stockholm.

Workshop: Launch of Holocaust Educational Trust ‘Drama and the Holocaust’ guide (workshop for teachers; Lisa Peschel), 30 October 2016.

Public lecture: ‘Out of the depths: Complexity, subjectivity and materiality in the first collection of Holocaust songs’ (Joseph Toltz), Sydney Conservatorium of Music’s Musicology Colloquium Series, 19 October 2016, Conservatorium of Music, Sydney.

Symposium: ‘Performing the Jewish Past’ (Teryl Dobbs, Lisa Peschel), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and theatre, 21 September 2016, Jewish Museum in Prague, Czech Republic.

Public lecture: ’Yiddish Soirees in Finland during WWII’ (Simo Muir), Ot Azoy, 7 August 2016, SOAS, London.

Public lecture: From Moravia to Merseyside (David Fligg), 3 July 2016, Liverpool branch of the Jewish Historical Society, Kind David Campus.

Concert talk back and lecture recital: 26th Jewish Cultural Festival (Teryl Dobbs), 26 June 2016, Krakow, Poland.

Public lecture: Pre-concert talk, ‘Creativity in Adversity,’ (David Fligg), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and theater, 8 June 2016, Howard Assembly Room, Grand Theatre, Leeds

Public lecture: ‘The Lambert Cylinders & the First Sounds of Yiddish Music’ (Henry Sapoznik), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music, theatre and literature, 2 May 2016, University Club, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA.

Public lecture: ‘Pre-concert chat’ (David Fligg), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music, theatre and literature, 2 May 2016, First Unitarian Society Atrium Auditorium, Madison, USA.

Panel: ‘The scope and the limits of re-performance of archival material’ (Lisa Peschel), The Archivist as Interpreter, 4 March, British Library, London.

Public lecture: ‘Darkness Descending: Music and the Holocaust’ (Stephen Muir), Barbara Hepworth Lecture, 24 February 2016, Wakefield Girls High School.

Public lecture: ‘Theatre in the Terezín Ghetto’ (Lisa Peschel), Performance Research Seminar Series, 10 February 2016, Goldsmiths, University of London.

Public lecture: Brothers-in-arms with Nazi Germans: Jews in Finland during WWII from a historical and cultural perspective (Simo Muir), 4 February 2016, UCL, Institute of Jewish Studies, London.

Public lecture: ‘Jac Weinstein and Yiddish revue in Helsinki’, Limmud Helsinki, 30 January 2016, Helsinki.

Public lecture: ‘Performing the Jewish Archive: Reflections on Lost Voices’ (David Fligg, Stephen Muir, Lisa Peschel), Holocaust Memorial Day, York University’s ‘Reflections’ event, 27 January 2016, York.

Public lecture: National Limmud (David Fligg, Stephen Muir, Lisa Peschel), 29 December 2015, Birmingham, UK.

Lecture: Theatre & the Holocaust: Recently Rediscovered Scripts from the Terezín/Theresienstadt Ghetto (Lisa Peschel), 10 December 2015, Cape Town Holocaust Centre.

Seminar: Migration and the Jewish Archive: Russian synagogue music in the Cape of Good Hope (Stephen Muir), 8 December 2015, University of Durham.

Public lecture: Laughter in the Ghetto: Cabarets from a concentration camp (Lisa Peschel), 19 November 2015, Merchant Adventurers’ Hall, York.

Public lecture: ‘Laughter in the Ghetto: Cabarets from a concentration camp’ (Lisa Peschel), Research Forum, 29 October 2015, Bath Spa University, Centre for Musical Research.

Study session: Purim in the Ghetto: An Insider’s Guide to the Jokes (Lisa Peschel), 11 October 2015, York Liberal Jewish Community, York.

Public lecture: European Researchers Night (Simo Muir, Stephen Muir, Lisa Peschel), 25 September 2015, Barley Hall, York.

Public lecture: ‘Theatre and the Holocaust: Recently Rediscovered Scripts from the Terezín/Theresienstadt Ghetto’ (Lisa Peschel), Shannon Lecture, 18 September 2015, Carleton University, Ottawa Lisa Peschel.

Welcome Brunch: Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish Music, Literature and Theater (Nick Barraclough, Teryl Dobbs, David Fligg, Simo Muir, Stephen Muir, Richard Oakes, Lisa Peschel), 30 August 2015, Pyle Centre, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.

Lecture ‘Yiddish culture in Finland’ (Simo Muir), Ot Azoy, 15 August 2015, Jewish Music Institute, London.

Workshop: Joint workshop for Advanced PhD Candidates from UK Universities (Lisa Peschel), 29 June 2015, The Wiener Library, London.

Public lecture: The Music of Jewish Prayer: Unearthing Layers of Liturgical Chant and Song (free public lecture given by conference keynote Professor Eliyahu Schleifer, moderator Stephen Muir), 16 June 2015, University of Leeds, School of Music.

Public panel discussion: Artistic Censorship in Repressive Regimes (Lisa Peschel, member of the discussion panel), 6 June 2015, National Centre for Early Music, York.

Public seminar: Exile Estates, Archives and Music Restitution (Stephen Muir, member of the panel for a roundtable discussion), 31 May 2015, RCM Museum of Music, London.

Public lecture: ‘Can the redemptive reading be resisted? The Sydney presentation of Brundibár’ (Joseph Toltz), About Music Lecture, 18 May 2015, Sydney Conservatorium of Music.

Seminar: ‘Music and Humor in the Terezín/Theresienstad Ghetto (Lisa Peschel), School of Music Research Seminar series, 30 April 2015, University of Leeds.

Study day: ‘Defining Gideon Klein – Terezín, 1941-1944’ (David Fligg), Performing Memory: The Holocaust in Music and Poet, 23 April 2015, University of Edinburgh.

Public event: Chester Diversity Festival (panel presentation by David Fligg, Simo Muir and Stephen Muir) 12 March 2015, University of Chester.

Seminar: Composers in Exile (Teryl Dobbs), 6 March 2015, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.

Seminar: ‘In search of Gideon Klein’ (David Fligg), School of Music Research Seminar series, 5 March 2015, University of Leeds.

Study session: Theresienstadt Purim play presented at London synagogue (Lisa Peschel), 4 March 2015, Harrow and Wembley Progressive Synagogue, London.

Seminar: Migration and the Jewish archive: Russian synagogue music in the Cape of Good Hope (Stephen Muir), 4 March 2015, University of York, Department of Music.

Workshop: AHRC/French LABEX joint workshop Exploring the past to understand the present and anticipate the future (Stephen Muir), DATE, Royaumont Foundation, Paris.

Symposium: Archives into the Future I (Libby Clark, Nick Barraclough, Teryl Dobbs, Helen Finch, David Fligg, Simo Muir, Stephen Muir, Richard Oakes, Lisa Peschel, Joseph Toltz, Daniel Tooke), 5 January 2015, British Library Conference Centre, London.

Lecture: Holocaust Initiative in Teacher Education summit (Teryl Dobbs), United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington.

Public lecture: Sinai Synagogue Chavurah Supper Lecture (Stephen Muir), 2016, Sinai Synagogue, Leeds.

Lecture: Research lecture (Teryl Dobbs), University of Syracuse.

Performances

Performance: ‘A comedy of us Jews’ (Simo Muir), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and theatre, 12 September 2017, Jewish Museum, Cape Town, South Africa.

Performance: ‘Out of the Shadows gala opening night: Dance and orchestral works from Jewish refugee composers’ (Joseph Toltz, Simo Muir), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and theatre, 5 August 2017, Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney, Australia.

Performance: ‘The power of two: Piano & violin duos from Jewish composers’ (Joseph Toltz, Simo Muir), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and theatre, 7 August 2017, Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney, Australia.

Performance: ‘At the edge of the world: Jewish choral music from Australia, Sout Africa & Finland (Joseph Toltz, Simo Muir, Stephen Muir), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and theatre, 8 August 2017, Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney, Australia.

Performance: ‘Merchants of Helsinki: Yiddish cabaret from Finland’ (Simo Muir), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and theatre, 9 August 2017, Seymour Centre, Sydney, Australia.

Performance: ‘A comedy of us Jews’ (Simo Muir, Lisa Peschel), York Festival of Ideas, 12-13 June 2017, Friends Meeting House, York, UK.

Performance: Leeds Civic Holocaust Remembrance Service (David Fligg, Stephen Muir), 22 January 2017, Leeds Town Hall.

Performance: Music on the Brink of Destruction: Music from the Holocaust (Teryl Dobbs, David Fligg, Stephen Muir, Joseph Toltz), 4 January 2017, Wigmore Hall, London.

Performance: Journeys in Jewish Choral Music (Simo Muir, Stephen Muir, Joseph Toltz), 25 November 2016, School of Music, University of Leeds.

Performance: Being Human festival launch (Stephen Muir), 17 November 2016, Senate House, University of London.

Performance: Hans Gal Society Concert (Libby Clark, Stephen Muir), 13 November 2016, Cannongate Kirk, Edinburgh.

Performance: Cultural Institute Launch (Stephen Muir), 25 October 2016, University of Leeds.

Performance: ‘Terezín’s “The Fireflies” (Lauren McConnell, Lisa Peschel), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and theatre, 18 September 2016, Attic Theatre in Magdeburg Barracks, Terezín, Czech Republic.

Performance: ‘Mother Rachel and Her Children’ (Simo Muir), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and theatre, 18 September 2016, Concert Hall of the Prague Conservatory, Prague, Czech Republic.

Performance: ‘The Czech Music Tradition: Persecution and Inspiration’ (David Fligg), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and theatre, 21 September 2016, Maisel Synagogue, Prague, Czech Republic.

Performance: Gideon Klein: ‘Portrait of a composer’ (David Fligg), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and theatre, 20 September 2016, Theatre Hall of the Prague Conservatory, Prague, Czech Republic.

Performance: ‘Make once more my heart thy home’ (Stephen Muir), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and theatre, 19 September 2016, Old Synagogue, Pilsen, Czech Republic.

Performance: ‘Jewish Cabaret from Terezín to Helsinki’ (Simo Muir, Lisa Peschel), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and theatre, 19 September 2016, Loos Apartment Interiors, Pilsen, Czech Republic.

Performance: ‘Fate and Fairytales’ (Teryl Dobbs, David Fligg, Joseph Toltz), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and theatre, 19 September 2016, House of Music – Musical Conservatory, Pilsen, Czech Republic.

Performance: ‘Heritage and Hope: From the Cantors of Prague to the Children of Terezín’ (Stephen Muir, Joseph Toltz), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and theatre, 18 September 2016, Jerusalem Synagogue, Prague, Czech Republic.

Performance: ‘Make once more my heart thy home’ (Stephen Muir), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and theatre, 18 September 2016, Spanish Synagogue, Prague, Czech Republic.

Performance: ‘Looking forward through the past: New operas from the Jewish archive’ (Stephen Muir), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and literature 23 June 2016, Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall, University of Leeds.

Performance: ‘The New Budapest Orpheum Society: Jewish Cabaret Tradition’ (Simo Muir, Lisa Peschel, Joseph Toltz), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and literature, 18 June 2016, Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall, University of Leeds.

Performance: ‘Fate & Fairytales: The Music of Wilhelm Grosz and Zikmund Schul’ (Joseph Toltz), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and literature, 17 June 2016, Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall, University of Leeds.

Performance: ‘A Chronicle of Love and Death’ (Philip Bohlman, Christine Wilkie Bohlman), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and literature, 17 June 2016, Holy Trinity Church, Leeds.

Performance: ‘The New Budapest Orpheum Society: Jewish Cabaret Tradition’ (Simo Muir, Lisa Peschel, Joseph Toltz), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and literature, 16 June 2016, National Centre for Early Music, York.

Performance: ‘Fractured Lives: Music of the Holocaust’ (Teryl Dobbs, David Fligg), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and literature, 15 June 2016, All Saints Pavement, York.

Performance: ‘Fractured Lives: Music of the Holocaust’ (Teryl Dobbs, David Fligg), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and literature, 14 June 2016, Holy Trinity Church, Leeds.

Performance: ‘Make once more my heart thy home’ (Stephen Muir), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and literature, 10 June 2016, National Centre for Early Music, York.

Performance: ‘Mother Rachel and Her Children: A rediscovered oratorio’ (Simo Muir), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and literature, 9 June 2016, Left Bank, Leeds.

Performance: ‘The Nash Ensemble: Music in the Terezín Ghetto’, Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and literature, 8 June 2016, Howard Assembly Room, Leeds.

Performance: ‘Make once more my heart thy home’ (Stephen Muir), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and literature, 5 June 2016, Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall, University of Leeds.

Performance: ‘Harlequin in the Ghetto’ (Lisa Peschel), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and literature, 2-5 June 2016, The Black Box, Department of Theatre, Film and Television, University of York.

Performance: ‘Gideon Klein: Portrait of a composer’ (David Fligg), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and literature, 1 June 2016, Holy Trinity Church, Leeds.

Performance: ‘Concert Finale-Out of the Shadows: Inextinguishable Voices’ (Teryl Dobbs, David Fligg, Joseph Toltz), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music, theatre and literature, 5 May 2016, Capitol Theatre, Overture Centre for the Arts, Madion, USA.

Performance: ‘Gideon Klein: Portrait of a Composer’ (David Fligg), Barbara Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music, theatre and literature, 5 May 2016, Hochberg Centre for Jewish Life, Madison, USA.

Performance: ‘Mother Rachel and Her Children’ (Simo Muir), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music, theatre and literature, 4 May 2016, Music Hall, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA.

Performance: ‘Wilhelm Grosz-Lieder and Piano Music’ (Joseph Toltz), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music, theatre and literature, 3 May 2016, First Congregational Church, Madison, USA.

Performance: ‘”Oy, How He Sung”: Journeys in Jewish Choral Music (Simo Muir & Stephen Muir), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music, theatre and literature, 3 May 2016, School of Music, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA.

Performance: ‘Bach Dancing & Dynamite Society’, Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music, theatre and literature, 2 May 2016, First Unitarian Society Atrium Auditorium, Madison, USA.

Performance: ‘Harlequin in the Ghetto’ (Lisa Peschel), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music, theatre and literature, 1 May 2016, Frederic March Play Circle, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA.

Performance: ‘New Budapest Orpheum Society & Die Weise Von Liebe und Tod Des Cornets Christoph Rilke’ (Simo Muir, Lisa Peschel, Joseph Toltz), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music, theatre and literature, 1 May 2016, Frederic March Play Circle, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA.

Performance: ‘The Smoke of Home’ (Lisa Peschel), part of the Leeds & York Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish music and theatre festival, 16-17 April 2016, Clifford’s Tower, York.

Workshop & performance: Be Curious Festival (Stephen Muir), 19 March 2016, University of Leeds.

Performance: Leeds Civic Holocaust Memorial Day commemoration (performance of ‘Mogen Avos’, Shield of our Fathers, by members of CCL; Stephen Muir), 24 January 2016, Leeds Town Hall.

Performance: Why we laugh: A Terezin cabaret (talk after the performance by Lisa Peschel), 12 September 2015, Open Eye Figure Theatre, Minneapolis, USA.

Performance: ‘One Little Goat’: new discoveries in Jewish choral music (choral concert by the Clothworkers Consort of Leeds, Libby Clark, Stephen Muir) 17 June 2015, University of Leeds, School of Music.

Performance: ‘Two-act Cabaret Evening’ (Lisa Peschel), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish Music, Literature and Theater, 30 August 2015, Overture Centre for the Arts, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.

Performance: ‘Sound Salon’ (Henry Sapoznik), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish Music, Literature and Theater, 30 August 2015, Mayrent Institute for Yiddish Culture, Madison, Wisonsin, USA.

Performance: ‘Concert, Bach Dancing & Dynamite Society’ (Teryl Dobbs), Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish Music, Literature and Theater, 30 August 2015, First Unitarian Society, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.

Performance: Original arrangements for the event including ‘Unter dayne vayse shtern’ and ‘Di Partizanerlid’, for string orchestra, cantor and children’s choir (Joseph Toltz), Yom Hashoah, 15 April 2015, City Recital Hall, Angel Place, Sydney Australia. 

Performance: Theatre from the Theresienstadt Ghetto: Newly Discovered Works (Lisa Peschel), 8 February 2015, Bloomsbury Theatre, London.

Performance: Theatre from the Theresienstadt Ghetto: Newly Discovered Works (Lisa Peschel), 7 February 2015, Bloomsbury Theatre, London.

Public event: Holocaust Memorial Day (musical performance directed by Stephen Muir from edition of manuscript from South Africa), 25 January 2015, Leeds Town Hall.

Performance: 75th anniversary of the North Shore Synagogue (Joseph Toltz), North Shore Synagogue, Sydney.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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