January 26 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Prayer Interrupted: Music in a World Turned Upside Down
In a first-time collaboration between the Cincinnati Song Initiative and The Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center, Prayer Interrupted dives into the lives of Jews in and around the Holocaust. Songs by Jewish composers will be punctuated by liturgical music found in Cincinnati Hebrew Union College’s famed Birnbaum collection of music manuscripts, and narration will transport the audience directly into the world in which these songs were created.
This concert commemorates the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, and also marks the one year anniversary of the Holocaust & Humanity Center’s opening at Union Terminal.
MEET THE ARTISTS
Simon Barrad | BARITONE
Kenneth Griffiths | PIANO
Rabbi Ken Kanter | NARRATOR
Click below to reserve tickets for the event. This community concert is free thanks to generous funding from the Ladislas & Vilma Segoe Family Foundation.
Join us before the concert for an immersive museum experience!
1:00-5:00 PM: Artifacts on display in the concourse from the Birnbaum Collection of rare music manuscripts. Presented by HUC-JIR’s Klau Library.
1:30-2:00 PM: Local Holocaust survivors will be in the museum to answer questions and share their experiences. Included with the cost of museum admission.
2:00 PM: Cake Cutting to celebrate the one year anniversary of HHC at Union Terminal.