Welcome to Connections 2013

Iantha Sidell & Brooke Pariser, Chairs

Mona Golabek delivered an outstanding performance at Connections on January 27! 

The Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle thanks all who attended. We offer a special thanks to the Washington State Holocaust Education Resource Center for providing images and educational materials for the program. Visit the center here to learn more about the Kindertransport and the Holocaust.

Watch Mona tell her story in this remarkable interview given to WGBH-TV Boston.

“An arresting, deeply affecting triumph”  - The Los Angeles Times

"Stunning theater that will leave you emotionally breathless" - Broadway World

"An exceptionally heartfelt daughter-to-mother tribute" - The Boston Globe

"Timeless music and powerful storytelling" - JT News

About Mona Golabek

Mona is an acclaimed concert pianist and Grammy-nominated recording artist, appearing in concert halls the world over. She’s heard on more than 200 radio stations across America as host of “The Romantic Hours,” a unique presentation of stirring music and passionate writings. In The Children of Willesden Lane, Mona charts her mother’s journey as a young pianist from Nazi-era Vienna to an audition at London’s Royal Academy of Music. Performing at the piano and embodying characters from her mother’s childhood, Mona delivers “a theatrical experience not to be missed.” (Broadway World)

More about Mona is at holdontoyourmusic.org.