Violins of Hope Exhibit
Presented with Sumter County Museum
Violins of Hope embodies the victory of the human spirit over evil and hatred. As many as six million Jews were murdered in WW2, but Violins of Hope ensures that their memory is not forgotten. Every concert is a poignant, powerful reminder of the human spirit.
Join us for a once-in-lifetime performance and exhibit featuring Violin's of Hope's exquisitely restored violins which were play by Jewish musicians during the Holocaust.
If you buy advance tickets, it gives you access to the performance to the concert on May 5 at 7pm and admission to the Temple Sinai Jewish History Center to visit the historic violins on display on Friday, May 6, from 1-5pm.
For more info contact the Sumter County Museum.