PLEASE JOIN US for a service of remembrance and to honor local Holocaust survivors and their families, led by clergy and members of the Jewish community of greater Madison. A special program featuring music from the Holocaust presented by Professor Teri Dobbs, Professor and Chair of Music Education at UW-Madison, will follow the service.
The Annual Community Yom HaShoah program is sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Madison and is funded by the Mitchell and Sharon Rapkin Endowment for Holocaust Education and Commemoration.
Professor Teryl (Teri) L. Dobbs is Professor and Chair of Music Education in the Mead Witter School of Music, University of Wisconsin-Madison. She holds affiliate faculty positions in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction (School of Education), Mosse/Weinstein Center for Jewish Studies, Center for Russia, East Europe, and Central Asia (CREECA), Disabilities Studies Initiative, and the Division of the Arts. She earned the Ph.D. in Music Studies—Music Education from Northwestern University as well as the Master’s in Music Education. She holds the Bachelor’s of Fine Arts from the University of South Dakota. Read More >
Those Impacted By The Holocaust If you are a Holocaust survivor, refugee, escaped from the Nazis, or a family member - please let us know, so we may personally invite you to our community Yom HaShoah service and program. We’d also like to gauge your interest in participating in our service, either reading a passage or lighting a candle. If you have not signed up in the past or your contact information has changed, please fill out our interest form >