Learn about Holocaust hero Bronislaw Huberman in my piece on Denise George and Josh Aronson’ book Orchestra of Exiles for The Alabama Baptist:
In her new book, Orchestra of Exiles, Denise George (and co-author Josh Aronson) tells the amazing story of Polish Jewish violinist, Bronislaw Huberman, and how he saved 1,000 European Jewish musicians and their families from Hitler’s horrors during the Holocaust. Released in April, it is her third book in three years published by New York’s Penguin Random House Publishers.
Surely only God could bring together a Jewish Academy Award-nominated filmmaker from New York City and a Southern Baptist Christian writer from Birmingham and produce an action-packed, page-turner nonfiction narrative that covers WWI, pre-WWII, the beginnings of the Holocaust, the founding of an orchestra and the State of Israel.
“Several years ago Aronson wrote, directed and produced an award-winning documentary on Bronislaw Huberman,” George said. “His story includes how he personally founded the Israel Philharmonic, now a world-famous orchestra.
Carolyn Tomlin is a Jackson, Tennessee-based author that has been writing and publishing since 1988. She has authored 19 books and more than 4,000 articles in magazines such as Entrepreneur, Kansas City Star, American Profile, Tennessee Home & Farm, Home Life, Mature Living, ParentLife and many others. You can purchase her full-length works here.