Singing a song in a foreign land: related performances

Meyn, N. (2019) Singing a song in a foreign land: related performances. Royal College of Music. (Unpublished)


Singing a Song in a Foreign Land was a major research and performance project focusing on musicians who emigrated from central Europe as a result of Nazi persecution during the 1930s and 40s. The project, which ran from 2012 to 2014, formed part of the EU funded Project ESTHER, a collaboration with Jeunesse Musicale Schwerin, Exil Arte Vienna, Pro Quartet Paris, and DUNK Helsinki. In February 2014 the project came to a climax with an exhibition, concert series and three-day symposium at the RCM. The project was led by Norbert Meyn, and supported by the Culture Programme of the European Union, the Heritage Lottery Fund, and the Rothschild Foundation. The document attached to this entry lists performances related to the project.

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