Symphony in Honor of Golda Meir

WASHINGTON-“Brachot Para Golda Meir,” a symphony in honor of the late Israeli Premier by Colombia’s leading contemporary composer, had its world premiere performance at the 13th Inter-American Music Festival, held at the Kennedy Center May 15.

The composer, Bias Emilio Atehor-tua, who is of Sephardic Jewish descent, said the inspiration for his work was the universal admiration of Mrs. Meir. (JTA)

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