Judaic Studies’ Jay Geller talks about importance of violins for some who endured Holocaust

A forest of voices from long-silenced violins
ideastream: The Violins of Hope—instruments played by Jewish musicians during the Holocaust—are in Cleveland, as part of a months-long series of exhibitions and events. Jay Geller, The Samuel Rosenthal Professor of Judaic Studies, talked about the importance violins held in the lives of some who endured the Holocaust.