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News Highlights Holocaust Remembrance – A Meditation in Music

By Hebrew College

Amy LiebermanAmy Lieberman, Hebrew College Head of Vocal Arts and conductor of the College’s chamber choir Kol Arev, co-created and will perform in a special concert in London on January 31, 2023 for International Holocaust Remembrance Day. She created the concert in collaboration with her longtime colleague Angelynne Hinson and is sponsored by the Jewish Partisan Educational Foundation.

In addition to Amy, the concert includes the following artists:

Angelynne Hinson – soprano
Amy Lieberman – mezzo soprano
Emmanuella Reiter – viola
Matthew Morley – piano
Robert Bryan – narrator

Amy Lieberman & Angelynne Hinson

Musical colleagues Amy Lieberman, mezzo soprano, and Angelynne Hinson, soprano, have been creating original concerts uniting words, music and storytelling for ten years. Each has extensive teaching and performance experience. Graduates of Stanford University and Harvard University respectively, Amy and Angelynne bring curiosity and passion for literature, theatre and music to the recital format, creating performances that are immediate, accessible and meaningful.

Amy, former Director of Choral Activities at New England Conservatory and current Head of Vocal Arts at Hebrew College, is a sought-after guest conductor of various chamber ensembles, choruses and orchestras throughout the greater Boston area.

Angelynne sings in regional theaters, churches and synagogues throughout New England, performing in many styles including a cappella, jazz, musical theatre, oratorio, and art song.

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