AUP student taking a photo of the Seine during Orientation.


Helios Azoulay Concert

Maison de la Chimie | 28 rue Saint Dominique | 75007 Paris
Thursday, April 27, 2017 - 19:00 to 21:00

The George and Irina Schaeffer Center for the Study of Genocide, Human Rights and Conflict Prevention invites you to an evening with Hélios Azoulay and his musicians at Maison de la Chimie.

Composer, clarinetist, writer, Hélios Azoulay is the Music Director of the Ensemble de Musique Incidentale. For ten years, he has been interpreting music composed in the concentration camps. His album « … même à Auschwitz », the first in France devoted to the subject, has been acclaimed by the musical press (Clef du Mois – Resmusica). Creative and versatile, Hélios is also the author of several books, including L’enfer aussi a son orchestre, co-written with Pierre-Emmanuel Dauzat and published in 2015.

For AUP and its wider community, Hélios Azoulay and his musicians will perform a range of works composed in the camps.

The concert will be introduced by the composer.

« Une extraordinaire énergie ! »
( Franck Ferrand, Europe 1 )

« C'est grandiose ! »
( France Musique, Christophe Bourseiller )

( Valérie Sasportas, Le Figaro )

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