An emotional concert took place last week in Jerusalem in which 16 violins used by Jewish Holocaust victims were played. The Telegraph (U.K.) had the story, but I was just made aware of it:
Weinstein, a violin maker, said he received the instruments in various states of disrepair, many of them decorated with stars of David, a testimony to their former Jewish owners.
"By restoring their violins, their legacy is born again," said Weinstein, who lost most of his family in the Holocaust.
They were played together for the first time in a concert titled "Violins of Hope" by members of Israel's Raanana Symphonette and the Philharmonia Istanbul Orchestra.
More here in the Telegraph's feature on it.
And there is also footage of the concert on YouTube.