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Clara Sandler

Clara Sandler, born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, has lived in the United States since 1977. She graduated from the Universidad Nacional de Buenos Aires with a degree in sociology. She received a Bachelor of Music degree in voice performance magna cum laude from Temple University College of Music and a Master of Music degree with honors from the New England Conservatory.

Currently a private voice teacher, Sandler is on the voice faculty at the New England Conservatory of Music’s Preparatory School, where she is also co-chair of the voice department.

An avid researcher of music from Spain and Latin America, Clara has given many recitals in the U.S. and in Argentina. Her CD Alma Apasionada was released by Newport Classics.

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Grete Stern

Grete Stern was one of the founders of Argentina’s modern photography. After studying photography in bohemian Berlin and at the legendary Bauhaus School, Stern developed an unconventional approach to photography, including advertisement collages and studies with crystals, objects, and still-lifes. Between 1935 and 1981 Stern was an influential artistic presence in Argentina, known for her photographic work, graphic design, and teaching.  

Ellen Auerbach

The life of Ellen Auerbach was a constant journey of self-discovery. Auerbach was remarkable both for her avant-garde photography and for her innovative ringl+pit studio where she and fellow artist Grete Stern worked collaboratively. In addition to photography, Auerbach m,ade short films and worked as an educational therapist with learning-disabled children.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Clara Sandler." (Viewed on July 29, 2021) <https://jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/sandler-clara>.

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