Violins of Hope, an exhibit and celebration of survival, features violins that remained after the Holocaust | Community Voices
Violins of Hope is a traveling exhibit that features violins that survived the Holocaust. The exhibit will be housed at the Illinois State Museum Sept. 7-13. Additional concerts will also be offered as a way to celebrate the survival of Jews and Jewish music despite the many atrocities of the Holocaust. Musicians Yona Stamatis and Katrin Stamatis, and Nancy Sage, the Executive Director of the Jewish Federation of Springfield, spoke to Community Voices about the exhibit and what it means for the community.
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