4rd Annual Walter Block Memorial Endowment Fund Presentation
“Now We Can Sing” is a moving and inspiring musical event centering on music that was banned to Jewish musicians by the Nazis in 1930’s Germany. It follows these musical artists through that dreadful era as they ultimately migrate to a new land and establish new lives.
Flutist Barbara Siesel and singer, songwriter and storyteller Keith Torgan, create the times through the music of Bach, Schumann, Hindemith, Copland, and Gershwin as well as through the cabaret songs of Frederick Hollaender. In this universal work, mastery, passion and self-expression transcend the isolation of hatred, racism and intolerance.
After lunch join Samantha & Justin Duval for a musical melodies from your favorite musicals and more! This international duo has worked in tv and film and together on a world-wide adventure working aboard some of the most beautiful cruise liners in the world performing their Cabaret shows.
THIS PROGRAM IS SUPPORTED BY THE WALTER BLOCK MEMORIAL ENDOWMENT FUND.
Walter Block was a man of modest means, but of great generosity. His example shows that one need not be a millionaire to make a difference, but one truly can be a “philanthropist on a shoe string.”