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In 2016, Music of Remembrance unveiled “Out of Darkness” by Jake Heggie and Gene Scheer.  This 15-minute video takes you behind the scenes of this…

Music of Remembrance Fall Concert, November 5, 2017
Illsley Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall, Benaroya Hall, Seattle

Sparks of Glory (1995…

Out of Darkness
"The Transport from Holland" (from Act One)

Jake Heggie, composer
Gene Scheer, librettist…

 A Hundred Thousand Stars from Out of Darkness

Jake Heggie, composer

 So Many Died excerpt from After Life (2015)

Tom Cipullo, composer; David Mason, librettist
Catherine Cook, mezzo…

Duettino Pastorale, Op. 23, no. 2
(Sachsenhausen, 1944)
Marius Flothuis (b. Amsterdam, 1914 – d. Amsterdam, 2001)

Music of…

World premiere of Lori Laitman’s “In Sleep the World Is Yours” (2013) Poetry by Selma Meerbaum-Eisinger Commissioned by Music of Remembrance…

Amsterdam-born composer Dick Kattenburg (1919-1944) barely had a chance to experience life as an adult before the German occupation. Like Anne…

Hans Krása: "Dance for String Trio" (Terezín, 1943)

This recording is from MOR's spring concert on May 24, 2017, at the…

World Premiere Commissioned by Music of Remembrance

Made possible by the generous sponsorship of Pat & Marcus Meier

Laura DeLuca…

Robert Dauber (b. Prague, c.1922 - d. Dachau, 1945) experienced the war years as a prisoner in the Terezin concentration camp before deportation…

Finale: “Farewell, Auschwitz” from "Out of Darkness" (2016)
Jake Heggie, composer
Gene Scheer, librettist
Commissioned by Music…

Composer: Lori Laitman | Poetry by Abraham Sutzkever written in the Vilna Ghetto

Commissioned by Music of Remembrance

May 24, 2017,…