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Violins of Hope

February 17 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

$18

The Violins of Hope is a collection of restored instruments played by Jewish musicians during the Holocaust. These instruments have survived concentration camps, pogroms and many long journeys to tell remarkable stories of injustice, suffering, resilience and survival.

Join Israeli father and son Amnon and Avshalom Weinstein, who have dedicated themselves to the restoration of these violins, for a presentation using music, story-telling, and multi-media.

Music of Hans Winterberg and Daniel Asia will be performed by faculty and students of the University of Arizona’s Fred Fox School of Music.

Details

Date:
February 17
Time:
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Cost:
$18
Website:
https://www.jewishhistorymuseum.org/elizabeth-leibson-holocaust-remembrance-lecture

Venue

Crowder Hall (U of A Music Building)
1017 N Olive Rd
Tucson, AZ 85719 United States
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Phone:
(520) 621-1162
Website:
http://uapresents.org/crowder-hall
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