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A Windfall of Musicians: Hitler's Emigres and Exiles in Southern California

In conversation with conductor/composer William Kraft
Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Episode Summary
Crawford, a musicologist, reveals the uniquely vibrant era when Southern California became a hub of unprecedented musical talent.

Participant(s) Bio
Dorothy Lamb Crawford has lived and worked in music throughout her career, teaching and lecturing, performing as a singer, directing opera, and hosting broadcast interviews with musicians. She is author of Evenings On and Off the Roof: Pioneering Concerts in Los Angeles, 1939-1971 and(with John C. Crawford) Expressionism in Twentieth-Century Music.