Kennesaw State hosting 'Music Forbidden in the Holocaust' (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

KENNESAW, Ga. | Mar 3, 2017

Free performance on March 23 at 8 p.m. at the Bailey Performance Center

Kennesaw State University’s faculty isn’t just committed to teaching the students who enroll in their courses.

The local university strives to be a source of education and entertainment to local metro Atlanta residents who might not be seeking a degree or those who are simply interested in learning on a budget.

An upcoming program, “Songs Not Silenced: Music Forbidden in the Holocaust,” is an example of this. 

The free concert will feature performances and commentary highlighting the work of composers who were often banned in Europe.

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