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SUPPORT DEFIANT REQUIEM

The work of The Defiant Requiem Foundation is only possible thanks to the generous financial support of our donors. If you are interested in supporting our mission of preserving the memory of the prisoners in Terezín, and honoring their acts of resistance, please consider making a donation today. Contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law and gifts of any size are appreciated.

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YOUR CONTRIBUTION WILL HELP US:

Produce live performances of Defiant Requiem: Verdi at Terezín and Hours of Freedom: The Story of the Terezín Composer.

[Defiant Requiem] is an event not to be missed by anyone
who is willing to HAVE HIS OR HER LIFE CHANGED FOREVER.

– Leonard Slatkin, Music Director, Detroit Symphony Orchestra; Former Music Director, National Symphony Orchestra
Conductor Laureate, St. Louis Symphony

Present The Rafael Schächter Institute
for the Arts and Humanities
annually.

When I finally arrived at Terezín, I felt I was walking with those people —
I SENSED THEY WERE THERE WITH ME. I wanted to profoundly discuss with my students what Jewish life was like before the Holocaust and what was lost.

– Jennifer Baker, Schächter Fellow

Promote the award-winning documentary film Defiant Requiem.

For the viewer, what ultimately remains after watching Defiant Requiem is
THE INTENSE REALITY OF WHAT SINGING VERDI’S MUSIC MEANT
to the prisoners of Terezín who had been condemned to death.

– Jason Apuzzo and Govindini Murti, The Huffington Post

Provide opportunities for Holocaust education
centered on Terezín.

[Defiant Requiem] had A PROFOUND IMPACT ON MY STUDENTS,
the University of Alaska and the culture of Anchorage.

– Dr. Lee Wilkins, Professor of Violin and Orchestral Studies, University of Alaska Anchorage