For an hour last Thurs., April 6, the Noble Recital Hall was transformed into a Nazi concentration camp, where a little-known story was told.

Claudia Stevens’s one-woman show, “An Evening with Madame F,â€? tells the tale of a woman who survived the death camp of Auschwitz by using her musical talent.

Stevens wrote the play based on the tale of Fania Fenelon, a singer who performed in the Women’s Orchestra at Auschwitz during World War II.

The show begins with Stevens’s entrance as Madame F, an elderly concentration camp survivor. The character is showcased in a lecture series promoting her new book, which discusses her experience performing music to save her life.

With just a piano and a snare drum on the stage, Madame F tells her story of the concentration camps by singing songs and telling her stories over the music she plays.