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Our Will to Live: Terezín 1944 — Music, Art, Drama
Andris Nelsons, actress Annette Miller & members of the BSO perform Symphony Hall premieres of music and drama composed in the Terezín camp by Viktor Ullmann and Hans Krása, plus a commission by André Previn. Original set designs.
Andris Nelsons, members of the BSO, and actress Annette Miller perform a program showcasing works great artists composed while imprisoned in the Nazi camp Terezín: Viktor Ullmann's "Cornets Christoph Rilke," a setting of Rainer Maria Rilke's beloved prose poem about the love and death of a young cavalryman (a dramatic production with stunning original set designs), and Hans Krása's masterful Overture for Small Orchestra. The program opens with candle-lighting by survivors and veterans andView more
Tickets are tax-deductible and support TMF concerts, commissions, and Holocaust education programs around the world.
$150 for the 5 pm reception and 6 pm concert
$500 for the 5 pm reception, 6 pm concert, and benefactors' dinner with the artists
$2,500 for four tickets to the 5 pm reception, 6 pm concert, and benefactors' dinner with the artists
$5,000 for six tickets to the 5 pm reception, 6 pm concert, and benefactors dinner with the artists (table for six)
$10,000 for twelve tickets to the 5 pm reception, 6 pm concert, and benefactors' dinner with the artists (table for ten).
Additional time info:
Reception at Symphony Hall is from 5 pm to 6 pm. The concert begins promptly at 6 pm and runs approximately 80-85 minutes. The benefactors' dinner with the artists runs at about an hour.