Carnegie Mellon University
November 05, 2021

Pittsburgh Remembers with the Clarion Quartet

Presented in partnership with the The Jack Buncher Endowed Chair in Jewish Studies in the Department of History, Carnegie Mellon University

Readings and Music Honoring the victims and survivors of the massacre at the Tree of Life Synagogue.

Join the Clarion Quartet for a classical concert spotlighting music written by Jewish and other marginalized composers. The program features music that expresses the powerful human ability to move forward, and create great art, after tragedy.

Also featuring readings from Pittsburgh poet Natalie Homer and Hebrew translator Kevin Haworth as well as remarks from Rabbi Myers of the Tree of Life Congregation.

The Clarion Quartet musicians are all members of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and are dedicated to playing music of composers who were suppressed: