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A performance by KSU School of Music faculty Charae Krueger, cello, Robert Henry, piano, and Helen Kim, violin. One of the featured works is Flame Language by KSU Composer-in-Residence Laurence Sherr. This remembrance composition is a setting of a poem by Holocaust survivor and Nobel laureate Nelly Sachs, and the performance comes just before the annual marking of International Holocaust Remembrance Day on January 27. Special guests joining Charae Krueger and Robert Henry to perform Flame Language are Heather Witt, mezzo-soprano, John Warren, clarinet, John Lawless, percussion, and David Kehler, conductor. Other works on the program are the Duo for Violin and Cello by Zoltán Kodály and the Beethoven D Major cello sonata.