Nashville Symphony Gives Voice To Holocaust History
It’s not easy for a professional musician to give up their own instrument and play with another. But in Nashville, members of the symphony are performing around the city using the “Violins of Hope” — a collection of string instruments that survived the Holocaust.
Emily Siner (@SinerSays) from WPLN has the story.
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