2 Jul 2014 19:30
Jewish Music Institute: Drawing Life
Jewish Music Institute (JMI) celebrates its 30th anniversary with Celebration Gala Performance of Drawing Life, a JMI production composed by Jocelyn Pook and inspired by a collection of poems and drawings made by children imprisoned in Terezín. The song cycle is dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the commencement of the camp's liquidation by the Nazis.
Please contact Louise Shiels on 020 7898 4307 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for an invitation and the range of donation options.
ABOUT JMI WHERE JEWISH MUSIC LIVES
JMI is the home of Jewish music in the UK. We are dedicated to the celebration, preservation and development of the living heritage of Jewish music for the benefit of people of all ages and backgrounds. Our goal is to inform and inspire audiences with an exciting, original programme of live performances, educational events and collaborative projects.
See the Drawing Life trailer
Supported by Arts Council England, PRS for Music Foundation and private donors. Winner of thePerforming Rights Society David Bedford Music for Education Award.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jocelyn Pook, perhaps best known for her score for Stanley Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut, she is one of UK’s most versatile composers, having written extensively for stage, screen, opera house and concert hall. She has established an international reputation as a highly original composer winning her numerous awards and nominations including a Golden Globe, an Olivier and two British Composer Awards.
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2 Jul 2014 19:30
Jewish Music Institute