Acclaimed pianist and Yale University School of Music professor of piano Boris Berman will launch Brandeis University’s Initiative on Antisemitism with a free concert featuring the music of Johannes Brahms, J.S. Bach and prominent Ukrainian composer Valentin Silvestrov.
This initiative aims to serve as a critical resource for higher education; it will assist university leaders to better understand antisemitism, minimize the emergence of antisemitic incidents and behaviors on their campuses and share best practices for addressing the impact of antisemitic acts when they do occur.
- “Chaconne in D minor for the left hand” from 5 Studies Anh.1a/1 by J.S. Bach, Johannes Brahms
- “Sonata No. 2” by Valentin Silvestrov
- Variations from the string quintet op.18 by Johannes Brahms
- Variations on the original theme op.21 No. 1 by Johannes Brahms
- Variations on a Hungarian theme op.21 No. 2 by Johannes Brahms
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