Features:

“Violins of Hope: Her mission is to showcase ‘spirit of resistance’
J Weekly, January 24, 2020


Photo: Laura Paull

The Violins of Hope at Kohl Mansion”
San Mateo Daily Journal, January 24, 2020


Photo: Amnon Weinstein

“Holocaust-era violins visit S.F. Catholic School”
The J Weekly, January 23, 2020


Photo: Gabriel Greschler

“These Violins Speak of Heartbreak and Hope”
San Francisco Classical Voice, January 21, 2020


Photo: Matthew Washburn

Review: “Holocaust-era instruments sing their own stories in vibrant song cycle”
San Francisco Chronicle Datebook, January 20, 2020


Photo: Matthew Washburn

“Holocaust Violins Evoke Moving Premiere”
Arts SF, January 19, 2020


Photo: Arts SF

“Voices from the Violins of Hope”
Frosene on the Scene,  January 16, 2020

Home Page Revolution
Photo: Amnon Weinstein/Music at Kohl Mansion

“Along the Trade Route: Napa participates in Violins of Hope Holocaust remembrance”
Napa Valley Register, January 15, 2020


Photo: Nicolas Zonvi

“Violins of Hope brings Holocaust-era strings to Bay Area”
Bay Area News Group, January 14, 2020


Photo: Karl Mondon

“Violins of Hope” Concerts and Lectures Bring Tales of the Holocaust to California”
The San Francisco Classical Voice, January 13, 2020

“Holocaust-era instruments tell untold stories”
San Francisco Examiner, January 12, 2020


Photo: Amnon Weinstein

“Have a violin from Europe with a Holocause story? ‘Violins of Hope’ wants to hear it.”
The J Weekly, January 10, 2020


Photo: aura Paull

“The Violins of Hope”
The Mercury News, January 10, 2020


Photo: Amnon Weinstein

“Violins of Hope”
Gentry Magazine, January 8, 2020


Photo: Nicolas Zonvi

“Violins of Hope escaped the Holocaust and are coming to Bay Area for events of music and memory”
The J Weekly, January 8, 2020

Violin back with MOP inlay star

Exhibit of Holocaust violins tells story of music as protest
The J Weekly, January 9, 2020

“Beethoven, Violins of Hope kick off year”
Bay Area Reporter, January 7, 2020


P
hoto: Stephanie Girard

“These musical instruments survived the Holocaust. Now they honor the musicians who did not.”
San Francisco Chronicle, January 5, 2020

“Violins of Hope keep Holocaust memories alive”
San Mateo Daily Journal, January 4, 2020

“Vibrations That Echo”
Modern Luxury Silicon Valley Magazine, January 2020

“Sasha Cooke to Give Holocaust World Premiere”
San Francisco Opera Magazine, November 8, 2019 (pg. 15)

“Jake Heggie on Creating Merola’s First Commissioned Opera”
San Francisco Classical Voice, July 19, 2019


Photo: Art & Clarity

“Texas Rose in Full Bloom: Mezzo-Soprano Sasha Cooke”
San Francisco Classical Voice, May 25, 2019


Photo: Stephanie Girard

“Violins of Hope concerts and events coming to Bay Area in 2020”
The J Weekly, November 20, 2017


Photo: Amnon Weinstein

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