Anne Frank’s Israeli voice

Soprano Eva Ben-Zvi sings the Holocaust diarist’s legacy.

May 2, 2019 20:49
Anne Frank’s Israeli voice

Eva Ben-Zvi. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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Eva Ben-Zvi tears up as she recalls her unforgettable solo opera in which performed the role of Anne Frank in Moscow in April 1991.

“It was the first time there was a public performance for Holocaust Remembrance Day at the Glinka Museum of Musical Culture in Moscow,” says Eva, the daughter of Holocaust survivors, in her melodic voice. “It was a historic day, and it was my husband, Shmuel, who organized it.”


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