The Interfaith Committee of Remembrance was created to celebrate life by honoring the memory of six million men, women and children that were killed simply because they were Jews. As a child survivor, its founder wants to make sure that we do not allow the Holocaust, the greatest crime in the history of humankind, to recede into history and repeat itself.

    Through a series of concerts and events consisting of orchestral and choral works, cantatas, poetry and dramatic readings, ICOR presents music and art that was written about the Holocaust. Using music as an international language, the barriers that separate people and diverse cultures can be reached.