This Weekend: Emperor from Atlantis at Bohemian National Hall

Viktor Ullmann’s Der Kaiser von Atlantis was composed in 1943 while he was a prisoner in the Theresienstadt concentration camp. It was produced in the camp in 1944; Ullmann and his librettist, fellow prisoner Peter Kien, were murdered later that year in Auschwitz.

This weekend, Opera Moderne is reviving Emperor From Atlantis. This stirring work serves as a reminder that the Holocaust not only destroyed countless lives, but deprived the world of many fine creative works that could have been created by the artists among those murdered.

Event Details

Friday November 16th at 8pm

Saturday, November 17th at 8pm

Sunday November 18th at 4pm

Bohemian National Hall,

321 E. 73rd St, New York, NY

Tickets: $45 general admission; $65 premium reserved seating

Available for purchase at operamoderne.com

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