Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh is proud to be a program partner of Violins of Hope. This two-month long project features educational and cultural programs with numerous Pittsburgh organizations centered on the valuable lessons of inclusion, equity and diversity. The centerpiece of this event is the Violins of Hope exhibit at the Posner Center at Carnegie Mellon University, which showcases violins played by Jewish musicians during the Holocaust. You can learn more about Violins of Hope here and reserve free tickets to the exhibit here.
CLP’s Violins of Hope programming includes an expressive movement-based journey with Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s “Dance the Story” programs at CLP Beechview on Saturday, October 14 and CLP-Allegheny on Tuesday, October 24, a Sounds Upstairs performance at CLP-Main on Sunday, November 5, two mini concerts on Wednesday, November 15—one at CLP-Squirrel Hill presented by the Pittsburgh Music Academy and the second at CLP-West End presented by Pittsburgh Youth Concert Orchestra—and our featured event a panel discussion Daring to Decide – When Ordinary People Make Extraordinary Decisions with four extraordinary panelists facilitated by CLP’s President and Director, Andrew Medlar in the Lecture Hall on Sunday October 22. You can learn more about Violins of Hope events at CLP here.
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