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Yom HaShoah Commemorative Programs

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March 30, 2021

Jewish communities across Canada, and worldwide, will come together to commemorate Yom Hashoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day. Below are a few ways you can observe Yom Hashoah virtually.

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The Shoah Songbook – Part One: Terezín
April 4 at 8PM

Faced with anti-Semitism in classical music, young artists turn to forgotten compositions of the Holocaust to re-embrace the canon on their own terms. 

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Yom HaShoah: Honoring Jewish Resilience and Storytelling
April 7 at 8PM

Weaving together inspiring multimedia from each panelist’s body of work, these artists will engage in powerful conversation about preserving cultural memory.

Songs of the Ghettos, Camps and Resistance
April 8 at 1:30PM

A Yom HaShoah concert featuring Cantor Sidney Ezer and accompanist Asher Farber performing Yiddish and Hebrew songs of courage and hope.

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2021 Cross-Canada Virtual Yom Hashoah
April 8 at 7PM

As a nation, we will once again come together virtually, to honour the victims of the Shoah and pay tribute to Canada’s diverse community of Holocaust survivors. The program will include special guests from the east to the west, poignant readings and survivor testimony, providing us with continued strength as Canadians during these unprecedented times. Register to receive the program link.

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