We were honoured to perform the haunting music of Ilse Weber at the Holocaust memorial event in Islington Assembly Hall with inspiring speakers Jeremy Corbyn, Emily Thornberry and Ernest Simon who survived this tragic period. There was a majority of school children in the audience which made the event even more special and important. Many thanks to the generosity of the musicians of the orchestra as well as Judith Charron, soprano for her wonderful performance! Director Romain Malan also composed and sung a song based on a poem written by a child in Theresienstadt concentration camp.
We are proud to have collaborated with these wonderful charities and organisations:
Memorial Day, Islington Centre for Refugees and Migrants, Kent Refugee Action Network, The Museum of Immigration and Diversity, One Day Without Us, Oxford House, Le Recho, The Refugee Nation, The Royal Academy of Arts, Seethrough Theatre company, St Mary's Church (Stoke Newington), We Make Change, The Wiener Library for the Study of the Holocaust and Genocide, The World Peace Garden, The Worldwide Tribe, Young Roots
And with these fantastic artists:
Writer Sita Brahmachari