Daniel Hope & Friends: Forbidden Music


Texas Performing Arts brings you the first of two distinct performances curated by world-renowned violinist and musical archivist Daniel Hope.

A distinguishing feature of this program is a work for string quartet and baritone by contemporary Czech composer Sylvie Bodorova. The work features the Miró Quartet, BSOM faculty Quartet and their faculty colleague, baritone David Small, and uses text from the Requiem of the Latin mass, to pay tribute to the many artists that were interned at Terezin. The performance also includes works by Pavel Haas, Gideon Klein and Maurice Ravel.

Presented as part of Creativity in the Face of Death: The Contemporary Resonance of Terezín, a three-day symposium featuring music and dance performances, photo exhibitions, and panel discussions exploring the enduring influence of music and art created by prisoners at Terezín, the “model ghetto” created by the Nazis near Prauge in late 1941.



McCullough Theatre
2375 Robert Dedman Dr.
Austin, TX 78712


Tickets: $10.00 - $32.00
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