"Green Hope After Black Rain (Symphony for the Survivors of Manzanar, Hiroshima and Nagasaki)"

"Green Hope After Black Rain (Symphony for the Survivors of Manzanar, Hiroshima and Nagasaki)" -Steve Heitzeg

The American composer Steve Heitzeg has created a musical piece on the Survivors of Manzanar, Hiroshima and Nagasaki, which will have its world premier on May 8th by the St. Paul Civic Symphony in Saint Paul, Minnesota.

Life of A-bombed trees sprouts forth in American composer’s symphony “Green Hope after Black Rain” inspired by Hiroshima citizens’ activity | 中国新聞ヒロシマ平和メディアセンター (hiroshimapeacemedia.jp)

 

Public Radio interview with composer Steve Heitzeg about the world premiere on May 8 of his work on the survivors of Manzanar, Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

https://www.mprnews.org/episode/2022/05/04/st-paul-civic-symphony-to-perform-piece-dedicated-to-atomic-bomb-survivors

Photo: Heitzeg, Lazarus and conductor Mischa Santora at the “American Nomad” premiere (Copyright(C):Steve Heitzeg's website)