February - March 2019

A community collaboration of music, education and exhibition featuring violins of the Holocaust.

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The Violins will be featured in orchestral and chamber concerts throughout the Valley. Our program kicks off with Grammy-award winning violinist, Gil Shaham and the Arizona Musicfest Orchestra on Saturday evening, February 23 and Sunday afternoon, February 24, 2019.  

The Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix will pay tribute to Holocaust survivors and those who were lost with a special concert on March 19, 2019 at Scottsdale Center for the Arts. Tickets for this concert go on sale August 6, 2018.

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Free Exhibitions

All are welcome to see the violins on display at the Young Arts Gallery in the Scottsdale Center for the Arts. The exhibit will be open from February 26 through March 24, 2019.

Amnon Weinstein, The Man behind the Music, a Photography Exhibition by Daniel Levin captures the violinmaker, Amnon Weinstein,  in his workshop as he lovingly restores the Violins of Hope. The exhibition will be at the Arizona Jewish Historical Society from February 3 through March 27, 2019.


Each violin has its own story that will be shared with students and adults to promote education of the Holocaust, a connection to its people and the importance of tolerance and diversity in today's society.


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Calling All Volunteers. Attend One of our Upcoming Violins of Hope Information Sessions.

Please join us at one of our upcoming information sessions:

October 17, 2018 at 4PM or 7PM

Scottsdale Waterfront Club Room

7175 East Camelback Road

RSVP to 602-338-2214 or send an email via the form on the left.

If you can't make a session on October 17th but would like to volunteer, please send us your contact information and we will contact you about future meetings.

Violins of Hope Phoenix

12701 North Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, Arizona 85260, United States