Violins of Hope

One survived the horrors of Dachau and Auschwitz; another is dedicated to a brother and sister who played concerts in the ghetto of Vilna; and a third recalls the powerful attraction of a klezmer band to a young boy who escaped Eastern Europe and would later open a violin shop in Israel. These are but a few of the stories of resilience and survival told through the more than sixty masterfully restored musical instruments known collectively as The Violins of Hope.

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