The Holocaust had silenced them...until an extraordinary violin-maker brought their voices back to life, and to the world.
The Braid (formerly Jewish Women's Theatre) and the Los Angeles Jewish Chamber Players present the first drama to tell the stories of a famed collection of stringed instruments that survived the Holocaust, and the Israeli family of violin makers whose lives were utterly changed by them. Virtuoso violinist Niv Ashkenazi will play the only violin from the Violins of Hope collection currently in the US.
Listen to the podcast: https://the-braid.org/podcast/preview-stories-from-the-violins-of-hope/
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