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The Hamilton Review

Jan 25, 2022

Join us for the latest episode of The Hamilton Review Podcast! In this conversation, Dr. Bob has an in depth and moving conversation with Susanne Reyto, Chair of Violins of Hope Los Angeles. 

Susanne shares her story of her birth that occurred just six days before the Nazi occupation of Hungary in March 1944. The history that she reveals and the personal account of what her family endured is absolutely not to be missed.

Susanne then shares the story of Violins of Hope, a collection of 60 special violins that each have their own story. Violins of Hope features concerts, educational programs for children and exhibits at the LA Holocaust Museum.

Don't miss this wonderful and historical conversation, you'll want to absorb every moment and please share with a friend!

Susanne Reyto, Chair of Violins of Hope, Los Angeles County, was born just six days before the Nazi occupation of Hungary in March 1944. Her childhood experiences and difficult escape from Communist Hungary in the late 1950s has left her with an unwavering spirit of optimism and perseverance. Her memoir, "Pursuit of Freedom," recounts the story of her early life during this turbulent era. Being a grateful child survivor, bringing Violins of Hope to the Los Angeles community is her way of giving back.

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