What Is It?
“The Children of Willesden Lane” is an inspiring performance of music, love and survival against all odds. American pianist Mona Golabek pays homage to her mother in the concert performance. Her mother Lisa Jura, was a refugee from Austria who left her home and her family behind on the Kindertransport just before the outbreak of World War II. Lisa Jura later went on to become a world-renowned concert pianist. Her daughter performs Beethoven, Grieg and many more, all the while telling her mother’s story. “The Children of Willesden Lane” heads to Joburg this August for a one-night only concert performance. Presented in association with Johannesburg Holocaust and Genocide Centre.
You won’t want to miss this, so get your tickets as soon as possible!
When Is It?
Wednesday, 07 August 2019 at 19:00.
Where Is It?
Linder Auditorium, 27 St Andrews Rd, Parktown, Johannesburg.
How Much Is It?
Tickets cost R165 – R195 per person and may be purchased online via Webtickets.
For more information
Visit the Johannesburg Holocaust and Genocide Centre’s website for further details. Or, follow them on social media for the latest event updates:
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