Historia Simonem Gronowskim ~
Historia ucieczki chlopca z pociagu do Auschwitz – spotkanie z Simonem Gronowskim z Belgiii.
Meeting ‘The story of a boy’s escape from the train to Auschwitz’ by Simon Gronowski from Belgium – playing the Steinway piano in the Judaic Foundation Center for Jewish Culture in Kazimierz , Cracow , Poland 2012.
The day after filming in the Auschwitz camps with Simon and Koenraad Tinel parallel working with the belgian VRT TV director Marianne Soetewey (VRT Cultuur) for the Canvas documentary ‘Oorlogskinderen’ – War children.
Holocaust Memorial Day – International Day of Commemoration in memory of the victims of the Holocaust , 2021.
Historia Simonem Gronowskim | 20210127 | Michel van der Burg | Miracles•Media
INEJNEM Klezmer @ Kraków ~ Klezmer Band INEJNEM (in English “Together”) plays an instrumental song May 26th, 2012 at 5 PM in front of Restaurant Ester – restauracjaester.pl – on Szeroka street in the heart of Kazimierz – the old Jewish district of Kraków , Poland.
Myroslav Bandrivskyy playing the clarinet, on guitar Jurij Bejchuk, contrabass Jarosław „Filip” Filipiak, and percussion Iryna Stefaniuk.
Klezmer Band INEJNEM on May 26th, 2012 , Restaurant Ester in Kraków , Poland | inejnem.pl | @inejnem . Film : 20200526 Michel van der Burg | michelvanderburg.com | miracles.media
An unforgettable moment for me that ‘touching the ash pond’ I filmed in the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp, were I was filming Simon Gronowski and Koenraad Tinel, May 2012, for the upcoming documentary film Miracles.
Into this pond were dumped the ashes of the people, who were murdered (gassed) and burned at the nearby crematorium.
Sharing this moment today for International Holocaust Remembrance Day 2020 to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz camps. Courtesy of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum in Oświęcim, Poland. Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau Camp in Poland, May 24th 2012.
Film : Ashes Pond (20200127) Michel van der Burg | miracles.media
Klezmer band INEJNEM (English: Together) in front of Restaurant Ester in the heart of Kazimierz , Kraków , Poland , on May 26th , 2012.
INEJNEM – with Iryna Stefanyuk singing , Myroslav Bandrivskyy on clarinet, Jurij Bejchuk on guitar, and Jarosław Filipiak on contrabass. More about Inejnem on facebook – http://www.facebook.com/Inejnem – web site inejnem.pl .
Sorry .. I recorded not all of their song .. I stopped filming thinking ‘can’t use this online for copyright reasons’ but now I believe I was wrong… so here that strong emotional song .. the first part .. all I have recorded – that Saturday in the heart of Kazimierz – the old Jewish district of Kraków (Poland) , after visiting there the Center for Jewish Culture (Judaica Foundation) the day before together with Simon Gronowski , and the Auschwitz camps May 24 with Simon and Koenraad Tinel (and Flemish TV with director Marianne Soetewey, working there too on a documentary). I posted 3 other songs of INEJNEM here https://michelvanderburg.com/?s=INEJNEM
① memo 20190502 ~ Donna Donna — INEJNEM ~ Film : Michel van der Burg – michelvanderburg.com | 1-memo.com
① memo 20170526 ~ Lidele In Yiddish – Inejnem ~ Play me a song in Yiddish – Shpil Zhe Mir A Lidele In Yiddish – May 26th, 2012 by the klezmer music band “INEJNEM” – inejnem.pl – in front of Restaurant Ester on Szeroka street in the heart of Kazimierz – the old Jewish district of Kraków , Poland.
Iryna Stefaniuk is singing, with Myroslav Bandrivskyy playing the clarinet, Jurij Bejchuk on guitar, and Jarosław „Filip” Filipiak on contrabass. See Inejnem’s facebook https://www.facebook.com/Inejnem/ for other concert info. Film : Michel van der Burg – michelvanderburg.com | 1-memo.com
1) The 2016 film of the premiere play “Celui Qui M’A Rendu Mon Âme” – the French-spoken adaptation of the play “Who returned my soul… “ originally by Kelly D. Brock – that retells the stories of 10 holocaust survivors – now by students of the Saint-Sépulcre school in Liege , Belgium (Philippe Renette – Centre Scolaire S2J.eu / Michel van der Burg – michelvanderburg.com). Online available and documented via this post CELUI QUI M’A RENDU MON ÂME.
2) The 2012 documentary “Transport XX to Auschwitz” – a film by Karen Lynne & Richard Bloom and Michel van der Burg. The attack on this 20th deportation train in Belgium – by three young men – the rescue, and the many escapes and escape attemps are documented in this film by the first-hand accounts of one of the attackers, people that jumped from the train and survivors who returned from Auschwitz. The film is online available and fully documented via this post Documentary film “Transport XX to Auschwitz”.