El Paso Holocaust Museum and Study Center presents the traveling exhibit: “Music and the Holocaust: The Notes Rose Up In Flames,” opening Sunday, September 7. The exhibit will run until October 26.
EPHM invites the public to the Grand Opening of the exhibit on September 7th, 1:00-5:00 pm. The event will include guided tours of the new exhibit and refreshments. A Music Demonstration and Presentation for children will begin at 3:00pm. Activities for children will also include crafts and story time, so bring the whole family! Additional events during the running of this exhibit will be an Open House for Educators (Date TBA), a Youth Day (October 11), and a Student Video Contest (Sept. 7 – Oct. 17).
About the Exhibit:
“Music and the Holocaust: The Notes Rose Up In Flames” tells the unique story of the role of music during the Holocaust, as a means of expression, coping, and resistance by Jewish men, women and children. The exhibit will feature songs of individuals in the ghettos, concentration camps or in hiding, as well as concert programs and performances of entire chorales and symphonies that continued to perform in the midst of terror and oppression. The exhibit is free and open to the public.
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