'Violins of Hope' author speaks at Holocaust Remembrance service
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) - At a service remembering the Holocaust, an author spoke about how violins are telling the stories of those lost in tragedy.
In honor of Yom Hashoa, or Holocaust Rememberance Day, the author of "Violins of Hope," James A. Grymes, spoke to a group gathered at the Rifkin Campus Monday evening.
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What may be the largest group of Cleveland cultural institutions ever to circle their wagons around a single project will come into play this fall when Case Western Reserve University, the Cleveland Institute of Music, The Cleveland Orchestra, Facing History and Ourselves, Ideastream, the Jewish Federation of Cleveland, and the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage join together to present Violins of Hope Cleveland.
‘Violins Of Hope’ Return To Berlin
Having lost so many family members in the Holocaust, it wasn’t easy for Weinstein to return to Berlin as guest of honour for the concert. After all, this is the city where the extermination of the Jewish people was decided and planned. But the memorial concert, performed on instruments he had restored, obviously gave him a sense of a mission fulfilled as the “violins of hope” came back to Germany after a long absence.
Violins of Hope tells the remarkable stories of instruments played during Holocaust
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When members of the Cleveland Orchestra recently sat down to perform, they faced a daunting task. This would be no ordinary concert: It would take place in an historic synagogue, and it would be played on instruments that had rarely been touched in more than 70 years.
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Restoring Hope by Repairing the Strings of the Holocaust
At a music shop in Israel, a violin maker has been collecting stringed instruments once owned by inmates of Nazi concentration camps. Largely silent for seven decades, they now speak to the horrors of the Holocaust as part of a project called “The Violins of Hope.” Special correspondent David C. Barnett from WVIZ/PBS ideastream reports from Cleveland on a series of concerts and exhibits they inspired.
Violins of Hope
Amnon Weinstein’ s father escaped Europe before World War II, but his family was not as lucky. Weinstein has honored the memories of those who perished in the Holocaust by restoring dozens of string instruments that were played by Jewish prisoners in Nazi concentration camps. The instruments were recently played in a special concert by the Cleveland Orchestra. Serena Altschul presents the remarkable story of the “Violins of Hope.”
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