Thursday 10 Feb, 7.30pm
Ernest Bloch, though not a religious Jew, is probably the most famous Jewish composer of the twentieth century. Whilst, much of his music has strong Jewish themes, he always viewed his works as universalistic with a message that “…transports us into another world and makes us think, feel, love differently.” This talk will play excerpts from many of his varied works to illustrate the power of this message.
Redland Quaker Meeting House, 126 Hampton Road, Bristol BS6 6EJ and on Zoom
Article by Donovan