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Brundibar and the CMF: Photos and Video

Boulder Jewish News is pleased to post three albums of photos and a video playlist from last week’s performance of “Brundibar” as part of the Colorado Music Festival, with a visit from Ela Weissberger, the last surviving cast member from the productions at the Terezin Nazi concentration camp.

The first album is from a pre-performance CMF event at the Chautauqua Community House:

The second album is from the performance itself at the Chautauqua Auditorium:

The third album is from the post-performance reception held at Chautauqua Association President Josh and Ellen Taxman’s house:

And finally, here is a video playlist of excerpts of Ela Weissberger’s various talks before and after the performance:

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