To me this lady is an absolute hero too. I visited the Theresienstadt Camp without awareness of the story of this lady. And yes, my days always start with her music. She survived Terezin in Czech Republic.
" We had to play because the Red Cross came three times a year. The Germans wanted to show its representatives that the situation of the Jews in Theresienstadt was good. Whenever I knew that I had a concert, I was happy. Music is magic. We performed in the council hall before an audience of 150 old, hopeless, sick and hungry people. They lived for the music. It was like food to them. If they hadn't come [to hear us], they would have died long before. As we would have."
This is what hits me ... each day ... this power ...
Meanwhile ages ago ... 2014 this lady passed the rainbow. There is in an interview created year 2009 at YouTube.