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Meira Warshauer�s In Memoriam September 11, 2001 for solo cello will be performed as part of a very special fifth anniversary memorial concert on September 11 � 5 PM at the Theodor-Zink-Museum, Steinstrasse 48 in Kaiserslautern, Germany

The performer for this work will be cellist Stephen Breith, who will be joined by pianist Jens Barnieck for other selections by Reza Vali, Trevor Weston, Alan Hovhaness and Isaac de Camondo.

This program is free and open to the public. For more information about this concert, please contact the Museum at +49-(0)631-3652327 or visit them online at http://www.kaiserslautern.de/index.html?lang=de.

Cellist Robert Jesselson has written of the work, �In Memoriam is a very moving tribute to the victims of the September 11 tragedy, and to all victims of war and terror. It invariably touches the listener not by an angry reaction to the events, but through a soulful and elegiac sigh of remembrance. Although there is no specific programmatic aspect to the music, audiences sometimes hear their own images of the events in the music, including the slow descent of the thousands of papers floating down from the towers".

You can find more about the music of Meira Warshauer at http://home.sc.rr.com/meirawarshauer/.

For more information about Meira Warshauer, please contact Jeffrey James Arts Consulting at 516-586-3433 or jamesarts@worldnet.att.net.



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