Museum News

STOP THE HATE® ENCOURAGING MORE STUDENTS TO SPEAK OUT: $100,000 Contest Expands, Accepting Entries From 5 Additional Northeast Ohio Counties

Stop the Hate®: Youth Speak Out

(CLEVELAND, OH)  “My goal is to spread respect, one human interaction at a time,” wrote last year’s Stop the Hate®: Youth Speak Out Grand Prize Winner Lea Kayali. These words helped the Palestinian-American Shaker Heights High School graduate win a

MALTZ MUSEUM CELEBRATES EXPRESSION: Concerts, Plays, Performances, Film Screenings & Author Talks Round Out Fall Programming Calendar

Baldwin Wallace University Symphony

This fall, Amnon Weinstein’s collection of lovingly restored Holocaust violins is coming to Cleveland as part of a community-wide collaboration that includes The Cleveland Orchestra, Case Western Reserve University, the Cleveland Institute of Music, Facing History and Ourselves, ideastream, the

19 VIOLINS SPEAK FOR THOSE WHO PERISHED: New Maltz Museum Exhibition Shares the Moving Stories Behind Instruments that Survived the Holocaust

Violins of Hope exhibition at the Maltz Museum

  (CLEVELAND, OHIO)  Amnon Weinstein has been restoring violins that survived the Holocaust for more than two decades. The second generation master violinmaker lost hundreds of relatives in the Holocaust and he dedicates his work to the family he never

HISTORIC VIOLINS OF HOPE COME TO GREATER CLEVELAND THIS FALL: Community Collaboration to Offer Concerts, Exhibitions and Educational Opportunities Centered on the Role of Music and Musicians during the Holocaust

Violins of Hope Cleveland

CLEVELAND – More than a half dozen organizations across the community have come together to bring the historic Violins of Hope to Northeast Ohio this fall. Played before and during the Holocaust, the instruments have been painstakingly restored and serve