Haunting story from Nazi Germany told through musical performance

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The Prinz Project tells a haunting story from Nazi Germany through a musical performance.

It's inspired by the life of a rabbi who escaped the tragedy in Germany decades ago, and went on to work with Martin Luther King, Jr. in the Civil Rights movement.

Sharon Roffman will perform with the Iris Orchestra Saturday night.

Composer Bruce Adolphe and violinist Sharon Roffman joined us to talk about the performance.

  • I Will Not Remain Silent
  • World Premiere
  • Germantown Performing Arts Center
  • Saturday, January 24     8 p.m.
  • 901-751-7500
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