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"Memory and Reckoning": Explanatory Discussions on "The Passenger", Feb. 14-15, 2015

In conjunction with Lyric Opera's performances of Mieczysław Weinberg's The Passenger, Lyric Unlimited is collaborating with a variety of cultural institutions to present Memory and Reckoning. A wide-ranging series of events exploring and amplifying the themes and messages of Weinberg's important work, Memory and Reckoning includes discussions, musical performances, a film screening, and the world premiere of a newly commissioned klezmer opera.

 

 

"Memory and Reckoning": Showing of the Cinema version of "Passenger" at the Gene Siskel Film Center, Feb. 8, 2015

In conjunction with Lyric Opera's performances of Mieczysław Weinberg's The Passenger, Lyric Unlimited is collaborating with a variety of cultural institutions to present Memory and Reckoning. A wide-ranging series of events exploring and amplifying the themes and messages of Weinberg's important work, Memory and Reckoning includes discussions, musical performances, a film screening, and the world premiere of a newly commissioned klezmer opera.

 

 

"Memory and Reckoning": New Budapest Orpheum Society presents "Passage to Poland: Cabaret Poetics at Modernity's Crossroads", Feb. 21, 2015 in the Logan Center

In conjunction with Lyric Opera's performances of Mieczysław Weinberg's The Passenger, Lyric Unlimited is collaborating with a variety of cultural institutions to present Memory and Reckoning. A wide-ranging series of events exploring and amplifying the themes and messages of Weinberg's important work, Memory and Reckoning includes discussions, musical performances, a film screening, and the world premiere of a newly commissioned klezmer opera.

 

 

"Memory and Reckoning": Chamber Music by Weinberg and Discussion with David Buch, March 1, 2015

In conjunction with Lyric Opera's performances of Mieczysław Weinberg's The Passenger, Lyric Unlimited is collaborating with a variety of cultural institutions to present Memory and Reckoning. A wide-ranging series of events exploring and amplifying the themes and messages of Weinberg's important work, Memory and Reckoning includes discussions, musical performances, a film screening, and the world premiere of a newly commissioned klezmer opera.

 

 

"Memory and Reckoning": Music by Weinberg, Northwestern University's Bienen School of Music, Jan. 29+31, 2015

In conjunction with Lyric Opera's performances of Mieczysław Weinberg's The Passenger, Lyric Unlimited is collaborating with a variety of cultural institutions to present Memory and Reckoning. A wide-ranging series of events exploring and amplifying the themes and messages of Weinberg's important work, Memory and Reckoning includes discussions, musical performances, a film screening, and the world premiere of a newly commissioned klezmer opera.

 

 

"Memory and Reckoning": Klezmer Opera World Premiere of "The Property" by Wlad Marhulets, Feb. 25-27, 2015 in the Logan Center

In conjunction with Lyric Opera's performances of Mieczysław Weinberg's The Passenger, Lyric Unlimited is collaborating with a variety of cultural institutions to present Memory and Reckoning. A wide-ranging series of events exploring and amplifying the themes and messages of Weinberg's important work, Memory and Reckoning includes discussions, musical performances, a film screening, and the world premiere of a newly commissioned klezmer opera.

 

 

Interdisciplinary Workshop about Sarajevo Haggadah: Music of the Book", Jan. 12, 2015

Interdisciplinary Workshop about the Sarajevo Haggadah: Music of the Book

Monday, January 12, 4:30-6pm

Logan Center, Performance Hall

RSVP to logancenter@uchicago.edu

 

 

SRAS' Faculty Development Program: Food and Festivals in Ukraine and Georgia, July 17-30, 2015; application deadline April 1, 2015

Food and Festivals

A Culinary, Cultural Overview of Ukraine and Georgia

Especially for Educators!

 

 

This summer, SRAS invites educators to explore the cultural and culinary heartlands of Ukraine and Georgia. This short tour is specially designed to serve as teaching inspiration. Both of these countries are well-known as centers for important recent world events. They are also ancient centers of civilization, known for their culinary achievements and cultural traditions.

 

 

SRAS Expanded Programs in Warsaw, Poland for 2015; application deadlines October 15, 2015

The School of Russian and Asian Studies (SRAS) has expanded their offerings into Central Europe, which includes a fascinating line-up of semester and summer programming based in Warsaw (see http://www.sras.org/program_warsaw), that is applicable to students not only in Eastern European studies, but also in Jewish studies, international relations, security studies (including cyber), history, political science, media, and more!

 

 

Programs in Warsaw:

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