Performance Today

I Will Not Remain Silent

Joachim Prinz speaking at March on Washington, 1963Center for Jewish History, NYC

April 08, 2021

Joachim Prinz was a tireless advocate for human rights, a man who confronted injustice and oppression wherever he saw it. He once said, "The most tragic problem is silence." On today's show, hear music inspired by the life and words of Joachim Prinz: I Will Not Remain Silent, by Bruce Adolphe.

Episode Playlist

Hour 1

George Gershwin: Porgy and Bess: Bess, You is My Woman Now
Caroline Goulding, violin; Christopher O'Riley, piano
Caroline Goulding
Telarc 80744

Zoltan Kodaly: Summer Evening
Classical Tahoe Orchestra; Joel Revzen, conductor
Classical Tahoe, The Pavilion Classical Tahoe Sierra Nevada University, Incline Village, NV

Robert Schumann: Violin Sonata No. 2 in D minor Op. 121: Movement 4: Bewegt
Caroline Goulding, violin; David Fung, piano
Tippet Rise, The Olivier Music Barn, Fishtail, MT

Arnold Bax: Quintet for Oboe and Strings
James Austin Smith, oboe; Rolston String Quartet
The Bank of America Chamber Music Series, Spoleto Festival USA, Dock Street Theater, Charleston, SC

Hour 2

Cecile Chaminade: The Past
Peter Jacobs, piano
Chaminade: Piano Music 3
Hyperion 66846

Cecile Chaminade: Concertino for Flute and Orchestra, Op. 107
Mimi Stillman, flute; Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle; Lorenzo Muti, conductor
Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle, Carolina Theater, Durham, NC

Maria Newman: Sonata for Solo Guitar
Nicholas Goluses, guitar
Interlochen Presents, Dendrinos Chapel and Recital Hall, Interlochen, MI

Bruce Adolphe: I Will Not Remain Silent
Sharon Roffman, violin; IRIS Orchestra; Michael Stern, conductor
Bruce Adolphe: I Will Not Remain Silent
Milken Archive of Jewish Music NA