Don’t Miss this EXTRAORDINARY Event! 

We are so excited to present our newest exhibition entitled, Violins of Hope featuring over 70 violins, violas, and cellos, that have been collected and restored since the end of the Holocaust by Amnon, and Avshalom Weinstein, a father and son team of violin makers, based in Israel. 

The Violins of Hope Exhibition is the culmination of five years of planning. This exhibition will provide an extraordinary opportunity to teach the Holocaust through music and culture. Each of these instruments belonged to Jewish musicians before and during the Holocaust. Each instrument tells a story—from the violin thrown out of a cattle car on the way from France to Auschwitz, to the violin that was buried under snow in Holland, to the violin that saved the lives of people who played in a concentration camp orchestra.

These instruments represent the resistance, hope, resilience, and memory of the musicians who played these instruments before, during, and after the Holocaust, and some of them will be played again at the Grand Opening. Visitors will learn about the stories of the amazing musicians who played these instruments and how their memories live on today as their instruments play once again.

Date: January 7, 2024
Time: 2:00 – 4:00 PM

No Self-Parking – Valet Parking Only


For Security Purposes, all guests must RSVP

To RSVP contact Jeanine at 954-929-5690 EXT. 314
or email

Photograph credited to Daniel Levin 2023, author of Violins and Hope – From Holocaust to Symphony Hall.