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Jan 26 Fri

From the Shtetl to the Concert Stage: The Thread that Sustained Music through the Holocaust

Event Details

  • Start Time

    8:00 pm

  • Location

    Mixon Hall

  • Ticketing

    Free — Seating Passes Required

1331 days

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Performed By

Melissa Kraut, cello
Rena Kraut, clarinet, guest artist
Anita Pontremoli, piano


Scheduled on the eve of the 73rd anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, this program will feature music and stories of a family’s journey from Poland before WWII to the stage of Mixon Hall. The program is a tribute to the tradition, legacy and sustaining power of music. All works will be announced from the stage.

Ticket Information

Admission is free, but a reservation is required. Reserve your seat.

Presented in appreciation of The Giant Eagle Foundation


Cleveland Institute of Music
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Cleveland, OH 44106
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Safety Protocols: Reservations (free seat passes or paid tickets) for all events are required. As conditions evolve, CIM's protocols for in-person concert attendance may be adjusted at any time; find the most current information on the Safety Measures page. Ticketholders will be sent an email with additional details before each of their scheduled performances.

Parking / Entrances: All patrons should enter through CIM's Hazel Drive entrance. CIM's parking lot is available for concertgoers; for details and parking rates, please visit

Accessibility: To inquire about accessibility accommodations, please reach out to Emily Stack by emailing or calling 216.791.6770.

2018-01-26 20:00:00 2018-01-26 21:00:00 America/New_York From the Shtetl to the Concert Stage: The Thread that Sustained Music through the Holocaust Mixon Hall