New Music Incorporates Stories Of North Carolina Jews

May 16, 2013

Image from the “Down Home: Jewish Life in North Carolina” exhibit
Credit / Duke Center for Jewish Studies

  The Jewish Heritage Foundation of North Carolina has been collecting the stories of the state's Jews for years. Now, those recorded interviews are part of an original musical composition - "Down Home: The Cantata."

Host Frank Stasio plays excerpts of the piece and talks with composer Alejandro Rutty; Triangle Jewish Chorale conductor Lorena Guillen; and Foundation president Eric Meyers.