Violins of Hope: A Talk and Performance

Sun 1/19/20 @ 1:30 PM

The Historical and Symbolic Importance of Violins

James A. Grymes, author of National Jewish Book Award-winning Violins of Hope, will discuss the historical and symbolic importance of violins and what they teach us about human resilience. The afternoon will include a brief violin performance by Hannah Tarley. This program is part of Violins of Hope San Francisco Bay Area, presented in association with Music at Kohl Mansion, Burlingame, CA.

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Audience: 18+
Full Price (incl. fees): $16.00
Contemporary Jewish Museum
736 Mission Street
San Francisco
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Contemporary Jewish Museum
736 Mission Street, San Francisco

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    Julie H.

    Fantastic and Moving

    The speaker was good, but the violin soloist was fantastic. Hannah Tarley played each of the five Holocaust survivor violins on display, and picked songs she felt matched the instrument’s history. Not only did she choose evocative pieces, she also played them magnificently. In the intimate venue at the CJM, it felt like—and sounded like—having a personal audience with Itzhak Perlman. There may have been a dry eye in the house, but not too many. Catch this unforgettable program if at all possible and don’t miss seeing the violins of hope. Never forget!

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