Film accompaniment to the musical program has been produced by the Syracuse International Film Festival, and Owen Shaprio, the festival's artistic director and professor of film in VPA. Spoken word narration will also accompany the music and display of visual art and images of life during the period the music was written.
The "Recovered Voices" event is part of the Chancellor's Leadership Project, the Regional Holocaust and Genocide Initiative: Resistance, Resilience and Responsibility. The goal of the Initiative is to keep alive the memory and lessons of the Holocaust and past and current genocides through education and public dialogues about law, justice, and ethics.
Event co-sponsors include: Marilyn Ziering; the Ziering Family Foundation; Sharon H. Jacquet; Jeryl A. Mitchell; Dr. Joseph Cangemi; and Dr. Alice G. Kendrick.
For more information about the "Recovered Voices" concert event, visit http://soe.syr.edu. For questions, to reserve tickets, or to arrange group attendance, contact Victoria Kohl at 443-7773 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about the Chancellor's Leadership Project, the Regional Holocaust and Genocide Initiative: Resistance, Resilience and Responsibility and upcoming arts and education events, contact SU Professor Emeritus Alan Goldberg at email@example.com.