Hate, Hope, and Healing: Exploring the Holocaust Through Music is an immersive, emotional presentation that follows the experiences of three men and women who survived the atrocities committed by Nazi Germany and their collaborators during the Holocaust.
The multimedia presentation includes survivor interviews with archival photos and video. A Bisl Klezmer provides a live soundtrack, and original art by Tom Matthews creates a poignant atmosphere.
We want to envelope the audience in the human emotion of this tragic history and have them walk away with a greater understanding of the responsibility each of us has in preventing acts of hate against all people. This is an opportunity to learn from our past to create a better future.
This project was created with help from the Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission.