Violins of Hope Photography Exhibit VIP Reception

Guests guided through extensive exhibition by photographer Daniel Levin

ON Media hosted a private VIP reception for Amnon Weinstein, The Man Behind the Music – a Photography Exhibition by Daniel Levin on Feb. 4. The event was held at the Cutler Plotkin Jewish Heritage Center in downtown Phoenix.

The photography exhibition, which runs through March 27, is one among several events around the Valley featuring Violins of Hope Phoenix, a project of the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix. The project encompasses several events – concerts, a display of violins, lectures and more – related to the work of Amnon Weinstein and his mission to restore violins played by Jewish musicians during the Holocaust.

Photographer Daniel Levin was present for the reception. He guided guests through the extensive photography he took during a visit with Weinstein at his workshop in Tel Aviv, sharing personal insights about the violins and the restoration process.

The exhibition was sponsored by ON Media, publisher of Programs for the Arts and The Red Book.

To learn more about Violins of Hope Phoenix and for a schedule of remaining Violins of Hope events, visit violinsofhopephoenix.com.

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Daniel Levin

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Anita and Sergio Baranovsky with Susan West

Leonardo Loo, Meghan Cox, Marcia Scott, Warren Whitney and Sandi Bruner

Teresa Martin and Amy Mancuso

Rebecca Gau and Blythe Sweeney

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