- Artwork Title
- Sports Club of Warsaw Presents Performance by Emma Tauber
1933 July 01
Performing arts posters
- Object Type
Opera posters (lcsh)
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Amos Eiran
Poster describing the mission and goals of the Sports Club of Warsaw, Poland. It also announces a meeting for July 1, 1933, which will offer a performance by Emma Tauber, a celebrated opera singer. Tauber, a native of Vilna, Poland (Vilnius, Lithuania), was famed for her performances of Carmen in the Bizet opera, which she performed in Yiddish and Hebrew. She emigrated to Palestine in 1934. Many of her family embers who remained in Vilna perished during the Holocaust.
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Also in Emma Tauber collection
The collection consists of documents, a poster, and a photograph relating to the career of Emma Tauber prior to her emigration from Poland to Palestine in 1935.
Collection consists of objects about donor's mother as a performer. Includes a program in Polish and Yiddish for a performance of "Carmen" where Emma Tauber sings the role of Carmen in the Music Conservancy Hall. Also includes a portion of a Yiddish newspaper and an album of newspaper clippings assembled for Emma Tauber by Sami Sheinkinder in Warsaw, 1935, prior to her departure to Palestine. Includes one photographic portrait of Emma Tauber during a performance.