musica reanimata – Gesprächskonzert

„Ein Leben ohne Kompromisse“. Der Komponist und Cellist Joachim Stutschewsky (1891-1982)

Rediscovered and revived: In cooperation with musica reanimata e.V., the Konzerthaus is performing forgotten works by composers who were persecuted and erased from memory during the National Socialist era.

Joachim Stutschewsky called his previously unpublished memoirs „A life without compromise“. Born into a Klezmer family in what is now Ukraine, he was at the centre of the musical avant-garde in the 1920s as a founding member of the Kolisch Quartet. Until he fled to Palestine in 1938, he was the spiritus rector of the Association for the Promotion of Jewish Music in Vienna. In his new homeland, however, his uncompromising commitment to Jewish music was hardly appreciated. Joel Blido (cello) and Jascha Nemtsov (piano) present Stutschewsky's works. Jascha Nemtsov talks about his unusual life with the Swiss music historian and collector Walter Labhardt.

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