I was thrilled to read on overnight mails that the Colburn School, where I shall be lecturing in February, is establishing a program on composers who were suppressed by the Nazis and whose music has never been restored. The program will be led by conductor James Conlon; I hope to offer him a few suggestions. Read more here.
LA already has a Holocaust Museum, whose president is the grandson of two displaced composers, Arnold Schoenberg and Eric Zeisl. E Randol Schoenberg is a prominent attorney in art restitution cases. LA has become the last frontier for Holocaust justice.