Remembering the Holocaust through music

On January 27th, the Stuart Clark Garden of Contemplation was filled with the melodies of a remarkable musical performance. Sonia Lazar of the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra played a violin on loan from Violins of Hope, an organization that lovingly restores donated instruments that previously belonged to victims of the Holocaust.

The special performance was part of the Museum’s commemoration of International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

Listen to a clip of the performance on the Museum’s Facebook page.