Violins of Hope Exhibit

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An exhibit at the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts show cases 26 Holocaust-era violins, each with its own story that can be heartbreaking or hopeful. The violins are on display until March 24.  We hear more about the exhibit from Avshi Weinstein, the son of Amnon Weinstein, the Israeli violin maker who started Violins of Hope, and Laura Hales, the Scottsdale Arts curator of education.

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