The Laskers from Breslau (Wrocław)

A Family Reunion in Music and Words (in English; with Video Recording)

Cellist and contemporary witness Anita Lasker Wallfisch shared the stage with three generations of her family for the first time.

Marking the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz concentration camp on 27 January 1945, they read letters from the family written between 1942 and 1952 and played works by Beethoven, Schubert, Bloch, Ravel, and others.

recording available
Where

Old Building, ground level, Glass Courtyard


Lindenstraße 9–14, 10969 Berlin

They told of the loving family home in Breslau (Wrocław) where Goethe was read, French spoken on Sundays, and chamber music evenings were held. The father Dr. Alfons Lasker was a lawyer and was awarded the Iron Cross in the First World War. Mother Edith Lasker was a talented violinist and the three sisters Marianne, Anita, and Renate began music lessons at an early age.

After the Nazis came to power, the oldest sister Marianne was able to escape to England accompanying a children’s transport. In 1942, the parents were deported to the Polish transit ghetto in Izbica and murdered. Following a failed attempt to flee, Anita and her sister Renate were arrested and taken separately to Auschwitz in 1943 and only by chance did they find each other there again.

Anita, Renate and Marianne Lasker with their parents, 1938

Anita, Renate and Marianne Lasker with their parents, 1938; private property

Video recording of the event The Laskers from Breslau (Wrocław) – A Family Reunion in Music and Words from 27 January 2019; Jewish Museum Berlin 2019

As a cellist in the women’s orchestra, Anita managed to save her own and her sister’s life. On 15 April 1945, they were liberated from the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp by the British. Anita Lasker Wallfisch immigrated to England and co-founded the London English Chamber Orchestra in 1948. She has been associated with the Jewish Museum Berlin for many years. As a contemporary witness, she shares her memories and experiences particularly with young people and works actively against forgetting.

The evening program includes readings from the family archive, contemporary texts, and musical pieces from the Lasker family’s life in Breslau, connecting the generations in one story – from the past through our present and into the future.

Anita Lasker 1938 playing the cello

Anita Lasker, 1938; private property

Photograph of Anita Lasker Wallfisch and Maya Jacobs-Wallfisch

Anita Lasker Wallfisch and Maya Jacobs-Wallfisch; photo: Battina Görlitzer

Program

Intro Anita Lasker Wallfisch, BBC recording from Bergen-Belsen (1945)
Reading from letters by Anita Lasker Wallfisch
Music works by Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz Schubert, Johannes Brahms, Ernest Bloch, Paul Ben-Haim, Maurice Ravel, J. S. Bach, and Benjamin Wallfisch

Contributors

Anita Lasker Wallfisch – reading
Maya Jacobs-Wallfisch – concept, artistic direction, and reading
Raphael Wallfisch – cello and reading
Elizabeth Wallfisch – violin
Simon Wallfisch – cello, voice, and reading
Michal Lasker Golan – reading
Accompanied by Edward Rushton – piano

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Where

Old Building, ground level, Glass Courtyard


Lindenstraße 9–14, 10969 Berlin

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    Sunday 27 January 2019, 6 pm

  • Where
    Old Building, ground level, Glass Courtyard

    
Lindenstraße 9–14, 10969 Berlin

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The Laskers from Breslau (Wrocław) – A Family Reunion in Music and Words

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Cellist and contemporary witness Anita Lasker Wallfisch shares the stage with three generations of her family for the first time.
Marking the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz concentration camp on 27 January 1945, they read letters from the family written between 1942 and 1952 and play works by Beethoven, Schubert, Bloch, and others.

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Events For Friends of the Museum

Here you can find an overview of events for our Friends and Sponsors.

Summer Cooking Class

29 August 2019
On warm summer evenings it is especially nice to cook and feast together in the evening. On this occasion, we will sit together at a long table in the garden of the Jewish Museum Berlin. Birgitt Claus from eßkultur will present this evening.
Deadline to register: 19 August 2019

Serial Art Dialogue: This Place

3 to 17 September 2019
In this new format, the Serial Art Dialogue, we will take our time and dedicate three evenings to the voices of photographers* who are exhibited in the exhibition This Place.
Deadline to register: 23 August 2019

Day Trip to Dessau and the Wörtlitz Garden Realm

14 September 2019
We invite you to explore the UNESCO cultural landscape with its extensive park, castle and canals.
Deadline to register: 30 August 2019

City walk: Westend district

17 August 2019
A tour of the Westend district with art historian Claudia Marcy. We focus on the individual buildings that characterize entire districts.
Deadline to register: 13 August 2019

Concert: Galilee Chamber Orchestra

31 July 2019
We would like to introduce to you the Young Euro Classic music festival. The Galilee Chamber Orchestra from Israel, consisting of Arab and Jewish musicians, will perform there.
Deadline to register: 10 July 2019

Tour with a Curator: Brücke Museum

13 July 2019
During a guided tour with a curator we visit the exhibition Escape into Art?, which engages deeply with the artistic practices and everyday lives of former Brücke artists during the Nazi period.
Deadline to register: 11 July 2019

Artists’ Discussion: Installation Open, Closed, Open

25 June 2019
Be there when the three artists and prizewinners of the Dagesh Art Prize look at their artistic work in a conversation.
Deadline to register: 18 June 2019

This Place – Friends’ Preview

5 June 2019
Get an exclusive insight into the new temporary exhibition. 12 international photo artists approach the complexity of Israel and the West Bank with their cameras.
Deadline to register: 29 May 2019

City Stroll through the Hufeisensiedlung (horse shoe housing estate)

13 May 2019
Departure into the future and retreat into the private sphere: a tour of the Berlin settlement from the 1920s
Deadline to Register: 6 May 2019

Day trip to the Bauhaus in Weimar

19 May 2019
Visit of the new Bauhaus Museum, the Bauhaus University and city walk in the place where the Bauhaus was founded.
Deadline to register: 30 April 2019

Curatorial Tour: Exhibition Lotte Laserstein

24 April 2019
View with the curator Dr. Annelie Lütgens the work of this extraordinary painter with portraits, landscape paintings, late works and pictures from her artistic environment of the 1920/30s.
Deadline to register: 17 April 2019

Premiere at the Komische Oper: M – Eine Stadt sucht einen Mörder (M - A city in search of a murderer)

May 5, 2019
Come with us to the Komische Oper Berlin. Fritz Lang's famous crime film from the year 1931 will be newly performed on stage and celebrates its premiere.
Deadline to register: 8 April 2019

General Meeting and Reception

8 April 2019
A warm invitation to the general meeting of the Friends of the Jewish Museum Berlin. At a reception we want to toast the work of the association last year.

Visit to the White City

24 March 2019
Trail of 1920s Berlin to discover the large housing estate from the era of the »Neues Bauen« architecture movement.
Deadline to register: 15 March 2019

Day Trip to Halle on the Saale

10 March 2019
A stroll through the city with a particular focus on the Jewish bourgeoisie
Deadline to register: 22 February 2019

Drinking Tea – A Jewish Tradition? Workshop Discussion in the Exhibition »A Is for Jewish«

25 February 2019
What is behind the tradition of tea drinking? And what is the cultural significance of this everyday practice for millions of people?
Workshop Discussion
Deadline to register: 20 February 2019

Visit to the Museum of Architecture at the Technical University Berlin

20 February 2019
Museum of Architecture director Dr. Hans-Dieter Nägelke will provide us with an introduction to 19th century architecture and present Berlin architects and their works.
Deadline to register: 14 February 2019

The Laskers from Breslau (Wrocław)
With Video Recording

27 January 2019
A Family Reunion in Music and Words (in English)
For Friend of the Jewish Museum Berlin we have reserved seats at the reduced price of 8 euros (limited ticket quota).
Deadline to register: 17 January 2019

Anatevka (Fiddler on the Roof) at the Komische Oper Berlin

20 December 2018
Musical based on Scholem Alejchem's story
Deadline to register: 13 December 2018

Painter. Mentor. Magician. Otto Mueller and his Wroclaw/Breslau Network

19 January 2019
Curatorial tour through the exhibition. Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum for Contemporary Art.
Deadline to register: 10 January 2019

Jerusalem: A Cooking Class in FOUR Courses

28 November 2018
Last round of the cooking class with Birgitt Claus and Omar Selim
Deadline to register: 21. November 2018

A Is for Jewish: Journeys through Now in 22 Letters

22 November 2018
Advance Tour with Reception
Deadline to register: 15 November 2018

Hugo Simon: From Red Banker to Green Exile

17 November 2018
Exhibition Tour
Deadline to register: 9 November

London 1938: Defending “Degenerate” German Art

21 October 2018
Exhibition visit in the Liebermann Villa
Deadline to register: 15 October 2018

A Trip to Jerusalem

7 to 13 October 2018
With city walks through West and East Jerusalem, excursions to Bethlehem and Ramallah and more.

Combined Tour:
Visit to Exhibition at the New Synagogue and Walking Tour of the Spandauer Vorstadt Neighborhood

4 October 2018
We visit the exhibition Open the Gates and take a walking tour of the Spandauer Vorstadt neighborhood
Deadline to register: 1 October 2018

Day Trip
to the Jewish Museum of Franconia in Fuerth

16 September 2018
Visit the exhibition Cherchez la Femme at the Jewish Museum of Franconia and learn more about Jewish life in Fuerth, past and present.
Please book by 31 August 2018

Light Installation
at the Dorotheenstadt Cemetery

5 September 2018
After an introduction to James Turrell’s installation, immerse yourself in the site’s unique atmosphere.
Please book by 21 August 2018

Event Series:
Jerusalem – A Four-Course Cooking Class

29 August 2018
In this part of the series, we are preparing desserts.
Please book by 15 August 2018

West-Eastern Divan Orchestra at the Waldbühne

19 August 2018
This year, once again, Daniel Barenboim and the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra will be giving an exclusive concert at the Waldbühne.
Please book by 15 July 2018

Curator-Guided Tour
of the Exhibition "Welcome to Jerusalem"

17 July 2018
Margret Kampmeyer explains the history that led up to the conflict over Jerusalem.
Please book by 10 July 2018

THE SITUATION
at the Maxim Gorki Theater

2 July 2018
In The Situation, young Israelis, Palestinians, and Germans explore their identities afresh. With English surtitles.
Please book by 18 June 2018

Insight into the Church of the Holy Sepulchre Model

12 June 2018, 4 and 6 pm
Please book by 29 May 2018

Jerusalem: A Cooking Class in FOUR Courses

30 May 2018
Round Two of the Cookery Course with Birgitt Claus und Omar Selim from eß kultur
Please book by 16 May 2018

Dress Rehearsal #5 Will-o’-the-Wisp

23 May 2018
Audiovisual Theater Performance in the Installation res·o·nant
Please book by 30 April 2018

Visit to the Carsten Nicolai Exhibition in Berlinische Galerie

7 May 2018
Visit a unique space-enveloping light-object installation
Please book by 30 April 2018

Day Trip to Görlitz

18 March 2018
With our program director Léontine Meijer-van Mensch
Please book by 27 February 2018

Tour with a Curator at the Museum Neukölln

5 March 2018
With Museum Director Dr. Udo Gösswald (in German)
Please book by 2 March 2018

Workshop Jewish Life Today

25 Februar 2018
Workshop for all ages (in German)
Please book by 22 February 2018

Jerusalem: A Cooking Class in FOUR Courses

14 February 2018
Cooking class with Birgitt Claus from eß kultur (in German)
Please book by 6 February 2018

Exhibition Jews, Christians, and Muslims

20 January 2018
Group visit to the Martin-Gropius-Bau (in German)
Please book by 16 January 2018

Jerusalem as the Holy City

29 January 2018
Tour with the curator Dr. Margret Kampmeyer (in German)
Please book by 25 January 2018

Exhibition – Welcome to Jerusalem

9 December 2017
Preview Tour for Friends of the Museum

JERUSALEM – The City of Two Peaces: the Heavenly and the Mundane

6 December 2017
Concert with Jordi Savall and the Ensemble Hespérion XXI and the Capella Reial de Catalunya

Speed-Dating with the Permanent Exhibition

27 November 2017
A last visit of the permanent exhibition with a little reception

Visiting the Studio of Joachim Seinfeld

21 November 2017
Event for Friends of the Museum

Visit to the Exhibition Berlin 1937 in the Märkisches Museum

7 October 2017
Event for Friends of the Museum

Roberto Burle Marx: Brazilian Modernist

Guided Tour on 20 September 2017
Guided Tour for Friends of the Museum (in German)

In Search of Traces of the Berlin Salon Culture

City Walk on 16 September 2017
Please book by September 2017

Dr. Max Fraenkel’s Country House Garden

Guided tour on 20 August 2017
Booking deadline: 14 August

West-Eastern Divan Orchestra at the Waldbühne

Concert on 13 August 2017
Booking deadline: 13 July

The Blue Room

Guided Tour on 19 July
Please book by 14 July

Petruschka / L‘Enfant et les Sortilèges

Opera on 11 July 2017
Booking deadline: 23 June 2017

Kassel and the documenta 14

1–2 July 2017
Please book by 7 February 2017.

Jewish Life in Kantstraße

11 June 2017
Please book by 7 June 2017.

Curator Michal Friedlander Presents a Selection of Objects

8 June 2017
Please book by 5 June 2017.

Art in Potsdam

Day trip on 20 May 2017
Please book by 12 May.

Dress Rehearsal #1 Hide & Seek

11 May 2017
Please book by 5 May 2017.

Come and Join Us in the Garden!

Garden workshop on 20 April 2017
in the Diaspora Garden

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