Book launches and events for The Vanished Musicians

Duemling coverThe Vanished Musicians: Jewish Refugees in Australia by Albrecht Dümling will be launched at multiple events in Australia in late August and early September:

SYDNEY
21 August  — 4 pm

Emanuel Synagogue

‘From Berlin to Sydney: Jewish Refugee Musicians’

With guest speakers Albrecht Dümling, composer George Dreyfus AM and Anthony Kay and a live music performance

For more information, click here.
Registration: info@emanuel.org.au

22 August — 5 pm
Sydney Conservatorium of Music

‘About Music: Central European refugees performing at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music’

With guest speaker Albrecht Dümling

Form more information, click here.
Registration: https://am160822.eventbrite.com.au
Contact: SCM.research@sydney.edu.au

23 August — 6 pm
Goethe Institute

‘Book Launch: The Vanished Musicians’

With guest speakers Albrecht Dümling, translator Diana Weekes, John Davis (Australian Music Centre), Joseph Toltz (Sydney University Conservatorium) and Andrea Bandhauer (Sydney University)

For more information, click here.
Registration & Contact: arts@sydney.goethe.org

MELBOURNE
28 August — 2.30 pm
Jewish Museum of Australia

‘Did the Kindertransport and the Dunera deportation influence the attitudes of Melbourne composers George Dreyfus and Felix Werder towards Australia?’

With guest speakers Albrecht Dümling and George Dreyfus AM and music by Felix Werder, George Dreyfus AM and Hans Blau

For more information, and to register for the event, click here.
Website: http://www.jewishmuseum.com.au
Contact: info@jewishmuseum.com.au

31 August — 12.15 pm
East Melbourne Synagogue
Contact: ccjvic@bigpond.net.au

1 September — 12 pm
Melbourne University Conservatorium
Contact: david.irving@unimelb.edu.au

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