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Group

The Nash Ensemble

One of Europe's leading chamber groups, and the resident chamber ensemble at London's Wigmore Hall.

Place

Howard Assembly Room

Beautifully restored Victorian medium-sized concert hall within Leeds Grand Theatre and Opera House, associated with Performing the Jewish Archive.

Video recording

Haleluyo (Hallelujah)

Performance of Simon Parmet’s arrangement of Haleluyo as part of Jac Weinstein's tableau Mother Rachel in Leeds, 2016

Place

Left Bank

Arts and cultural centre in West Leeds

Video recording

Exodus

Performance of Simon Parmet’s arrangement of Exodus as part of Jac Weinstein's tableau Mother Rachel in Leeds, 2016.

Place

All Saints Pavement

Medieval church in York, popular as a concert venue. A venue associated with Performing the Jewish Archive.

Place

Jewish Museum in Prague Archives

One of the world's major Jewish archives, an invaluable source for Performing the Jewish Archive project researchers and scholars.

Production

Harlequin in the Ghetto (York)

Harlequin in the Ghetto featured a nightly double bill:  two of three performances based on Comedy about a Trap. 

Video recording

Eyli, Eyli (My God, my God)

Performance of Simon Parmet’s Eyli, Eyli as part of Jac Weinstein's tableau Mother Rachel in Leeds, 2016

Group

The Clothworkers Consort of Leeds

The Clothworkers Consort of Leeds is an auditioned chamber choir rehearsing in the spectacular and historical Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall.

Pre-concert talk

Creativity in Adversity

David Fligg reflects on the curious story of music in the Terezin (Theresienstadt) ghetto. (A Performing the Jewish Archive event)

Place

Holy Trinity Church, Leeds

Early 18th century Holy Trinity Church, home of Arts@Trinity, is a venue associated with Performing the Jewish Archive.

Group

LUUMS Chamber Choir

Leeds University Union Chamber Choir performed in the production of Jac Weinstein's tableau Mother Rachel and her children

Video recording

Movement for Solo Harp

World premiere performance of Movement for Solo Harp by Gideon Klein, as part of Performing the Jewish Archive.