The Sound of Freedom
Written by Kathy Kacer
It's 1936 and the Jews of Krakow know that the hatred and violence directed at them can only end in tragedy. Young Anna begs her father to leave Poland, but how can he give up his position as a celebrated clarinetist with the Krakow Philharmoic Orchestra?
When Anna hears that the world-renowned violinist Bronislaw Huberman is auditioning Jewish musicians for a new orchestra in Palestine, she makes a bold move to try to save her family. Bull will it be enough?
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