Alice Herz-Sommer was 110 years old. She was an amazing lady—she lived entirely alone in a tiny London flat and played the piano for hours every day, practicing her beloved Bach and Beethoven. Seven decades ago she was a successful concert pianist in central Europe when she received her deportation summons from the Nazis. Her mother and husband had already been taken to Auschwitz by the time she and her five-year-old son were sent to the Theresienstadt Concentration Camp.
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