In 1943 five students and a professor at the University of Munich were arrested, tried, and executed. They were members of The White Rose (‘Die Weiße Rose’), a clandestine group who wrote and distributed leaflets calling on Germans to resist Hitler. Award-winning vocal ensemble SANSARA performs ancient and modern choral works alongside readings from the White Rose resistance group’s letters and diaries. The majority of these texts have never appeared in English and speak movingly of courage and conscience.
Philip Moore | Three Prayers of Dietrich Bonhoeffer: 1. Morning prayers | 2. Prayers in the time of distress | 3. Evening Prayers
Rudolf Mauersberger | Wie liegt die Stadt so wüst
Arvo Pärt | Da pacem Domine
This event is a collaboration between the White Rose Project and SANSARA and forms part of the Humanities Cultural Programme.
You can read more about the White Rose Project here.
Part of the Humanities Cultural Programme, one of the founding stones for the
future Stephen A. Schwarzman Centre for the Humanities.