Birmingham’s Historic 16th Street Baptist Church Welcomes Violins of Hope. Part concert, part documentary, Dreams of Hope features violinist Caitlin Edwards playing the Auschwitz Violin (circa 1850) in the world premiere of “Dreams of Hope for Solo Violin and Orchestra” by world-renowned conductor & composer, Dr. Henry Panion, III, restored by Violins of Hope founder, Amnon Weinstein.
In his preparation for composing Dreams of Hope for Solo Violin & Orchestra, Dr. Panion states, “The story of these violins and the Jewish people is of survival, hope, and triumph, one that so parallels the story of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church and its people, particularly the Four Little Girls.
Memories of the Jewish Holocaust and America’s Civil Rights Movement come together in this moving celebration of the power of music to heal.
Wednesday September 30 | 7:00pm
- Panelists: Dr. Panion
- Moderator: Aaron Masliansky, Host “Inside the Skev”
Series in partnership with the Northbrook Public Library
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