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"Holocaust Composers Protected Music Against the Nazis´ Destruction Power"
"Holocaust Composers Protected Music Against the Nazis´ Destruction Power"
Pianist, composer, soprano, music therapist Renan Koen who has placed the ´Positive Resistance´ concept in our framework of thinking, through her research and studies on Holocaust composers, and who aims to inform people all around the world with her concerts and educations, is with us, this time, with her brand-new work.
Ulus Jewish Schools Managing the Pandemic Crisis
Ulus Jewish Schools Managing the Pandemic Crisis
The Coronavirus Pandemic that might be encountered in 100 or 150 years and affected all the world is testing the crisis management of the scientists, health care managers, and the educationists.
"Holocaust Concerts are Our Debt to the Victims and All Humanity"
"Holocaust Concerts are Our Debt to the Victims and All Humanity"
For four years, during the Ankara University´s Holocaust Remembrance Day Assemblies, the events most remembered have been the concerts. Prof. Dr. Hasan Yener from Ankara University State Conservatory and his wife Prof. Dr. Yeşim Alkaya Yener from Hacettepe University Ankara State Conservatory are the architects of these wonderful concerts that fill the hearts and minds...
"Eli Cohen did Everything out of His Love for His Country"
"Eli Cohen did Everything out of His Love for His Country"
Israel’s legendary spy Eli Cohen, who is remembered all over the world again, with the short series being broadcasted on the international platform, also took its place in the Turkish Literature.
“We must take the necessary lessons by looking at history”
“We must take the necessary lessons by looking at history”
We talked with Yusuf Tolga Unker, a research assistant at Maltepe University Graphic Design Department about his exhibition “Visions of the Holocaust” which took place at the Quincentennial Foundation Jewish Museum of Turkey from January 24th until March 30th.
The memories of composers who lost their lives at death camp kept alive at Terezin
The memories of composers who lost their lives at death camp kept alive at Terezin
Pianist, composer and soprano Renan Koen gave two concerts in Prague (August 21st) and Terezin (August 22nd) as part of ‘Everlasting Hope: Gustav Mahler and Terezin Composers’ Festival. As part of her Holocaust Education program, Koen brought along two of her young conservatory students who are both Muslims, to the festival.
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