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Will To Create, Will to Live:
The Culture of Terezín
(Sponsored Email)

92nd Street Y presents the story of the human spirit at Terezín, where vibrant life and art flourished despite suffering.

In 1941, Nazis established a transition camp/ghetto in Terezín/Theresienstadt, 38 miles northwest of Prague, in which great music, art and educational activity flourished despite deep suffering. 92Y presents a multidisciplinary exploration into the culture of Terezín, led by a special concert series featuring music written and performed in Terezín.

Classes, Concerts, Lectures, Readings, Discussions, Film Screenings, Dance Programs

To learn more about Terezín and the programs in this series and purchase tickets, visit or call 212.415.5500.

Order online and save 50% on service fees.

Will to Create, Will to Live: The Culture of Terezín is generously supported by The Rita Allen Foundation; and The Harold W. and Ida L. Goldstein Lecture Fund through the Estate of Sanford Goldstein.

92nd Street Y, Lexington Ave at 92nd Street
An agency of UJA-Federation


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