Before 1933, Germany was the center of the musical world. Within five years, thousands of musicians fled the country. Exit: Music examines how non-Aryan composers were depicted as incapable of originality by virtue of race, and how the Third Reich hijacked German music for propaganda purposes. It explores the lives of five composers and the stories of their escape.

Dates & Times
Past
Century 16 Downtown Pleasant Hill

Mon, Mar 2
10:15 am