On April 21 at 2.00pm EST (USA), as part of the Carnegie Hall Live Streaming series, there will be a livestream performance and program from Ute’s living room.
In advance of her concert in April 2021 as part of the Voices of Hope: Artists in Times of Oppression festival, chanteuse Ute Lemper honors the 75th anniversary of the liberation of concentration camps with songs of rebellion, hope, defiance, and life-affirming resilience written during the Holocaust.
Accompanying Ute for this live performance of excerpts from Songs for Eternity, will be Vana Gierig on Piano and Max Lemper on guitar. This performance will commemorate the Holocaust and the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the concentration camp Bergen Belsen, and Ute will have a live conversation on Zoom with Orly Beigel in Mexico City, whose mother survived Bergen Belsen by being on the Death Train at Farsleben, that was liberated by the American Army on April 13th 1945.
Here are some related links:
Click here to RSVP on Facebook and get details on how to view the performance
A press article from Germany’s Süddeutsche Zeitung promoting the performance
Click here to read more about the Death Train.