Composer Viktor Ullmann, who lived in Prague before being sent to the concentration camps by the Nazis, is enjoying something of a revival in Czechia.
Composer Viktor Ullmann was born in Těšín but spent much of his young life in Vienna. In 1919 he moved to Prague to study music, later working with the city’s New German Theatre and Czechoslovak Radio.
Both Ullmann’s parents were from families of Jewish descent but had converted to Roman Catholicism. In 1942 the Nazis sent him to the Terezín ghetto, where he wrote the opera The Emperor of Atlantis. In late 1944 he was murdered at Auschwitz.
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