The Ivors Academy marks the remembrance of Holocaust Memorial Day with a panel discussion featuring world-famous composers and leading industry figures.
As well as acknowledging this truly dark period in world history, the panel will be celebrating the positive impact of Jewish heritage and creativity, and how being Jewish has influenced the development of their own creativity through composition.
Joining a panel of esteemed composers are Ivor Novello Award winner Erika Fox, Professor Nigel Osborne MBE, Classic FM Composer In Residence Debbie Wiseman OBE and Sam Eastmond, as well as activist and change maker Ruth Daniel who is CEO of global charity In Place of War.
Hosted by broadcaster and writer Jessica Duchen, the discussion will investigate how music is used to help heal communities whose lives are lived out in some of the most traumatic scenarios throughout the world.
There will be an opportunity to ask the panel questions the end of the session during a Q+A.