Mark Ludwig, executive director of the Terezin Music Foundation, is violist emeritus of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and a leading scholar, teacher and promoter of Holocaust music. He will speak on his new book “Our Will to Live,” about music and the Holocaust in the Terezin Ghetto. A book signing will follow the presentation.
Sponsored by the Boston College Institute for the Liberal Arts. Co-sponsored by the Jewish Studies Program, Center for Christian-Jewish Learning and Film Studies Program.
Newton, MA 02467
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