This Day in Jewish History 1920: Isaac Stern, Violinist Who Couldn't Play in Germany, Is Born

As the virtuoso who would save Carnegie Hall would explain: He couldn't 'make love' to audiences in the country behind the Holocaust.

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July 21, 1920, is the birthdate of Isaac Stern, one of the great violinists of the 20th century, who is equally well known for being the “savior” of New York’s Carnegie Hall, and as a steadfast supporter of...