San Juan Symphony Concert Preview: Pride & Passion: 4/9/22 in Farmington & 4/10/22 in Durango: Thomas Heuser
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SHOSTAKOVICH Symphony No 13 in B flat minor op 113 “Babi Yar”,written in memory of the over 33,000 Jews murdered in Babi Yar, Ukraine in 1941. Shostakovich set 5 poems by Yevgeny Aleksandrovich Gangnus to music in 5 movements. Valery Gergiev conducts the Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra

 Dedicated to Jozef Koprinski 
“Hope, not Hate part 2” is the first program in a series of transitional music and composers who survived the death camps of Nazi Germany and Poland after WW2
Rosemary Meza DesPlas Spoken Word Performance: March 8, 2022, Connie Gotsch Theatre at San Juan College.
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San Juan Symphony Concert Preview:
The Sound of Resilience:
Saturday, Feb. 19, 2022 at 7:30pm at San Juan College and
Sunday, Feb. 20, 2022 at 2pm at Fort Lewis College
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San Juan Symphony Music Director Thomas Heuser previews this weekend's symphony concerts in Durango and Farmington.
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(Sample of Schubert's 8th (Unfinished) Symphony courtesy of Sony Classical SMK 61842.)

Mobilized in 1939 as an artillery lieutenant, taken prisoner in June 1940, he spent five years in the Nienburg, Lower Saxony/Weser Oflag. He organized introductory lectures on the history of music from its origins to the present day, to which were added over the months a course on harmony and counterpoint, a course on the fugue, twenty lessons on musical aesthetics, and the history of the symphony. Demonstrating passionate self-denial, he wanted to complete this theoretical teaching and instill in his companions of misfortune a love of music by conducting and commenting on eighteen symphonic concerts.. Both the musicians of the orchestra and the singers of the choir were amateurs, with instruments of very poor quality, but Goué's enthusiasm won them all over.

 

After being interned and tortured at Pankrác prison for two years (1943–1945) Karel was sent to Theresienstadt prison. The conditions in the prison were dire and he became ill with dysentery and pneumonia.[1] SS- Oberscharführer Stefan Rojko sent all ill prisoners outside in freezing cold to disinfect the cell. As a result, Karel and 8 other prisoners died on 6 March 1945.

San Juan Symphony Concert Preview: Thomas Heuser, Music Director
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