Violins of Hope Program Presented
Last week, Linsly was honored to host Mrs. Barb Lewine and the Violins of Hope of Greater Pittsburgh program.
Mrs. Lewine brought a restored violin that was once played by a victim of the Holocaust and told the stories of those musicians who were forced to play in Nazi concentration camps. Sophomore Antonio Fernandez Trujillo brought the 100 year-old violin to life as he played for everyone in attendance. More stories of the Holocaust musicians and opportunities to see restored instruments can be found at www.violinsofhopepittsburgh.com.