Category Archives: performance

Short Film: Voices of the German Resistance

We’re delighted to present this short film introducing Voices of the German Resistance, the White Rose Project’s collaboration with the award-winning vocal ensemble SANSARA. This commemorative project brings together choral works and readings from the White Rose members’ letters, diaries, and resistance pamphlets in new English translations. Our first event was a concert held at the University Church of St

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Reading Willi Graf

Ollie Bowling, one of the student members of the White Rose Project, reflects on reading from the letters and diary of Willi Graf at our concert with SANSARA on 22 February 2020. Ollie auditioned for the project in January 2020. He didn’t know anything about the White Rose resistance beforehand. What stuck out to me most from the performance was

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Reading Sophie Scholl

Elba Slamecka, one of the student members of the White Rose Project, reflects on reading from the letters and diaries of Sophie Scholl at our concert with SANSARA on 22 February 2020. Before joining the White Rose Project, I had only briefly studied Sophie and Hans Scholl at school. I knew vaguely of some university students who distributed pamphlets, but

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The White Rose in Text and Song

*Please note: this event has been postponed until further notice.* Join us on 17 March for ‘The White Rose in Text and Song’ – a recital of German Lieder interspersed with readings from the White Rose members’ pamphlets, letters, and diaries in English 5pm-6.30pm at the Shulman Auditorium in The Queen’s College (High Street, Oxford, OX1 4AW).

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CONCERT: Voices of the German Resistance

We are delighted to announce ‘Voices of the German Resistance’, a concert devised in collaboration with the award-winning vocal ensemble SANSARA. Saturday 22 February 2020, 7.30pm University Church of St Mary the Virgin, Oxford I will set off for home in a fortnight. I have realised that there is nothing more important than seeing you now. It’s only 80 metres

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