The Theresienstadt concentration camp in the garrison city of Terezin was a special case in the Nazi prison system, as its inmates included a large number of renowned Czech musicians, composers and theatrical artists. A performance at the Athens Concert Hall on Thursday, November 29, aims to demonstrate how artistic creation functions as an antidote to terror in such an environment. It will be performed by the string quartet L'Anima featuring Stella Tsani and Brunilda-Eugenia Malo on violin, Ilias Sdoukos on viola and Lefki Kolovou on cello. Before the concert, there will be a lecture by Thomas Sliomis on the artistic movement of the Terezin concentration camp. Ticket prices range from 7-15 euros and doors open at 8.30 p.m.
Athens Concert Hall, 1 Kokkali & Vassilissis Sofias,
tel 210.728.2333, www.megaron.gr