One of the more under-reported aspects of Hitler's march through Europe in the 1930s and '40s is the destructive effect it had on culture -- art, science, literature and music. Wherever their regime spread, the Nazis took pains to erase the societal contributions of Jews, and a generation of vital works was nearly lost to history. There has, in the last 20 years, been an effort to revive those nearly lost works, and here in the Valley, conductor and classical-music advocate Warren Cohen is aiding that endeavor, bringing compositions censored by the Nazis... More >>>