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Witness: Lessons from Elie Wiesel's Classroom - Speaker view
Dale
02:13
Can we get our books signed if we hold them up to the camera :-)?
suzanne Swift
06:27
As we go along, feel free to put questions in Chat and I will feed them as we go
Scott Winnick
28:03
can you please provide bibliographic reference for Ariel Burger's book
David Price
28:32
Is that 800 page unedited version available to read?
Alan Teperow
28:36
Ariel, as the son of the great Jewish composer Ariel Burger, stepson of the great Jewish conductor Mate Lazar, and a guitarist and musician yourself, what do you see as music’s role in confronting pain and suffering?
David Price
29:09
Can you please share a link for us if you have located it in English or Yiddish?
Alan Teperow
29:15
Mati, not Mate
suzanne Swift
30:05
info@arielburger.com
suzanne Swift
31:15
Witness: Lessons form Elie Wiesel's Classrom
Tali Ann
31:19
How would Eli Wiesel respond to the lack of a moral compass in our leadership in this country?
Vivi Viskin
40:21
I am one of the founders of a non-profit organization called Instruments of Hope. We are permanently looking for musical instruments related to the Holocaust. We have 11 instruments. we do concerts with them and tell the stories of their owners.
Tali Ann
40:52
it was at opening and I was there and it was amazing
suzanne Swift
41:17
We had them come to AZ it was amazing
Sid Schwarz
41:34
I was actually in the audience for that speech, at the opening of the Holocaust Museum. I recall that moment very well. Well described by Ariel.
Joanna Sasson
49:50
There were so many valuable lessons and messages in this session. I would love to watch it again. Any chance that the recording will be published and/or you can share the link to the recording with participants?
Jennifer Bahssin
49:51
Did he impart the benefit of the study of Chassidus with his students?
laurasacks
51:32
This was one of the most meaningful lectures I have ever heard. Thank you so much.
Stu Turgel
51:37
This was a wonderful session. Thank you very much Rabbi Burger. Kol ha Kavod!
suzanne Swift
53:07
www.arielburger.com
Deb Silverthorn
53:09
Sobbing now with gratitude. Thank you!
Scott Winnick
53:19
Thank you very much for your thoughts.
Debra’s iPhone
53:20
fabulous session. thank you so much .
David Price
53:53
Thank you Ariel.
Etz Chaim
54:13
Thank you for sharing this last story. It made me cry. You had an amazing mentor/teacher and you were an amazing mentee and teacher to him. Kol Hakavod.
Sivya Twersky
54:39
Thank you, thank you..thank you. I want more!!
Carol Ellstein
54:48
beautiful and inspiring, thank you.s
Jennifer Bahssin
55:05
beautiful class! thank you!
Amy Grossblatt Pessah
55:15
Thank you so much for such a meaningful session. Truly beautiful. Will look forward to “one more” learning with you.
Kimberley Warsett
55:17
so beautiful thank you for all your work
Joanna Sasson
55:18
This was truly profound. Thank you.
ida Margolis
55:19
Your presentation today was so excellent as was your presentation in Naples Florida. Our 2g group will all be reading and discussing your book. Thank you.
toba August
55:23
Wow!
Sara Belmont
55:23
Thank you so much for your wonderful presentation! Feeling gratitude from the heart!
Debbie Gerber
55:26
Fabulous session- spellbinding\
Mickey's iPhone
55:29
beautiful thank you!!
Ricky Arbron
55:30
How beautiful. Thanks so much
Connie
55:35
Fabulous session