CONCERT - Und der Regen rinnt: Music of the Holocaust

Posted on Saturday, January 26, 2019

Photo montage of Kimberly Barber, Ulrike Anton and Anna Ronai

CONCERT - Und der Regen rinnt: Music of the Holocaust

Friday, January 25 2019, 12 noon

Freiman Hall, Pérez Building

Admission: Voluntary Contribution


Kimberly Barber, mezzo-soprano

Ulrike Anton, flute

Anna Ronai, piano


Fresh from a performance at IES Abroad in Vienna, mezzo-soprano Kimberly Barber, flutist Ulrike Anton and pianist Anna Ronai offer Und der Regen rinnt: Music of the Holocaust, a noon hour concert featuring works by Ilse Weber, Marius Flothuis, Srul Irving Glick and Vally Weigl. This poignant program includes music and poetry that were created in the concentration camp at Theresienstadt (where many artists were incarcerated and met their untimely deaths), as well as that of “one who got away” finding refuge in the United States. Inspired by a program created by Anne Sofie von Otter and colleagues, this music is a testament to the healing power of art and music, and the indomitability of the human spirit.



Ilse Weber (1903-1944)

arr. for Voice, Flute and Piano by Stephanie Tulloch (BMus 2020)

Ich wandre durch Theresienstadt



Marius Flothuis (1914-2001)

Sonata da camera for Flute and Piano



2.Sonatina allegretto grazioso

3.Lamento grave

4.Rondo alla francese


Srul Irving Glick (1934-2002)

I never saw another butterfly (1969)

To Olga

Yes that’s the way things are

The little mouse

On a sunny evening


The butterfly


Vally Weigl (1894-1982)

Cardinal in March

Birds in Spring Time

The Blackbird


Ilse Weber (arr. Tulloch)

Und der Regen rinnt


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