The JCC’s American Jewish Museum presents Violins And Hope – From the Holocaust to Symphony Hall: Photographs by Daniel Levin
The JCC’s American Jewish Museum exhibition of 43 photographs by Daniel Levin chronicles the work of Ammon Weinstein, the master violin maker and restorer responsible for the discovery and repair of the violins making up Violins of Hope and for the vision of bringing these instruments’ remarkable stories to the public’s attention. Notably, Levin, who visited Weinstein’s Tel Aviv based workshop to photograph the restorations in progress, is the only photographer to capture his masterful techniques to save them from being erased from history. The extraordinary stories behind the violins are included in audio-form by scanning QR codes that accompany each image.
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