Based in Amsterdam since 1996, the Leo Smit Foundation is a knowledge center open to anyone who wants to know more about composers who were persecuted in the Second World War. Because of their situation their work has sunk into oblivion, yet in many cases they were the musical leaders of their time. The Leo Smit Foundation is dedicated to the discovery and research of these composers and to the publication of their works, in collaboration with editors and other partners. Our aim is to make the lives, work and context of these composers accessible to all. With our international contacts, we also act as a knowledge broker for persons and organizations working on the same material. The Leo Smit Ensemble regularly gives concerts at top venues in the Netherlands and other countries. We actively encourage the inclusion of this repertoire in concert programs at home and abroad. For more information on these composers, links to sheet music and sound samples, please visit www.forbiddenmusicregained.org.
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