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South Dakota Chorale: Marcel Tyberg Project: Music Lost in the Holocaust 

When: Sat., Oct. 22, 8 p.m. 2016
Price: $10-$36
For this Duke Performances installment, the South Dakota Chorale has put together a project honoring Marcel Tyberg, a Viennese composer who perished at Auschwitz during World War II. Days before his arrest, Tyberg handed off all of his scores, and they ended up in an archive in Buffalo, New York. The South Dakota Chorale performs some of his works, as well as Eric Zeisl’s Requiem Ebraico, a 1945 piece that memorializes those murdered in the Holocaust. It’ll be a somber affair, but a beautifully poignant one, too. —Allison Hussey
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