10. Musical Homage to Paul Wittgenstein

Also taking place on April 5th (7pm), is a musical homage to Paul Wittgenstein—a concert pianist who lost an arm in World War I (and consequently commissioned piano concerti for the left hand alone). The event, which will feature compositions like Le Tombeau de Couperin (1917) by Ravel and Suite pour 2 violons, violoncelle et piano op.23 commissioned by Paul Wittgenstein, will take place at Le Poisson Rouge.

Next, read 10 Traces of World War I You Can Still Find in NYC on the Centennial Anniversary and A Secret Veterans Museum Hidden in the Park Slope Armory, Brooklyn.