Their Music Endures Concert

In partnership with DACAMERA Young Artists, Holocaust Museum Houston’s young professionals’ group, NEXTGen invites you to the “Their Music Endures” concert. Join us for a networking reception to meet and mingle with socially conscious individuals like yourself then enjoy the works of Karel Berman, Erwin Schulhoff, and Ilse Weber, three Czech composers whose creative spirits could not be extinguished despite the horrors of the Holocaust.

This event is free and open to the public, but advance registration is required.

About NEXTGen

NEXTGen is the Museum’s affinity group for young professionals ages 21-39 who share a common passion for the Museum and its mission. The goal of NEXTGen is to inspire inclusiveness by engaging young leaders of change and advocating on behalf of tolerance. If you are not currently a NEXTGen member but would like to join or learn more, please visit our website at

About DACAMERA Young Artists

The DACAMERA Young Artist Program is a fellowship program for emerging professional instrumentalists, vocalists, and composers. This program is designed to achieve two goals: 1) Provide career-expanding experiences and training to the next generation of artists, encouraging them to create music for the community throughout their careers, and 2) Offer young students and neglected audiences exposure to great music and talented performers, using music as a vehicle for scholastic exploration and inspiration. 

Albert and Ethel Herzstein Theater
January 23, 2020
6:30 — 8:00 pm
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