Cantor at the Choral Synagogue, Rostov-on-Don (1915-28) and Roeland Street Synagogue, Cape Town (1928-31). Research interest of Dr Stephen Muir.
In 1915 the Choral Synagogue, Rostov-on-Don, recruited Cantor Froim Spektor, a major subject of Dr Stephen Muir's research.
Chapter in The Routledge Handbook to Music under German Occupation 1938-1945: Propaganda, Myth & Reality
The first full biography in a quarter of a century on Gideon Klein
Frankfurt-born composer, conductor, woodwind player: escaped Europe, interned in Singapore and Australia, returned to London in the 1950s
Viennese-born composer, pianist, musicologist and record producer who traversed concert stage, cabaret and popular music.
Concert performance of 'Music on the Brink of Destruction', co-produced by Performing the Jewish Archive.
The Jewish Music at SOAS, University of London. A key supporter of the Performing the Jewish Archive project.
The Al and Malka Green Lecture in Yiddish Studies at the University of Toronto.
Violinist, performer in the Cape Town/Stellenbosch 'Out of the Shadows' festival.
Compositions by students supervised by Hendrik Hofmeyr and Hans Roosenschoon, part of the Cape 'Out of the Shadows' festival, 2017