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"Violins of Hope" 

When: Tue., April 10, 7:30 p.m. 2012
Price: Free
Worldwide traveling exhibit. Meet Assi Weinstein, whose family survived the Holocaust by hiding in Polish forests, fighting the Nazis & rescuing Jews from extermination. Assi's husband, Amnon Weinstein, has restored 18 violins that were found in Nazi ghettos & death camps; he will tell the stories of these violins. UNC music prof Richard Luby will perform a few pieces on one of the restored violins.
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