Denise George is an author, teacher, and world-traveled speaker who has written or co-written twenty-seven books, including "Behind Nazi Lines," "The Secret Holocaust Diaries," "While the World Watched," and The Gentle Giant of Dynamite Hill. Denise has a heart for teaching and helping new writers. She is married to author Dr. Timothy George. Josh Aronson is an Academy Award-nominated writer, producer, and director of films and documentaries, including "Orchestra of Exiles," his documentary about Bronislaw Huberman, released in 2012. He has worked with Showtime, PBS, Discovery Channel, and others, and his films have won awards at festivals all over the world. He is also a concert pianist and regularly plays chamber music in New York and at the Telluride Musicfest, the chamber music festival he founded in 2002 with his wife, violinist Maria Bachmann.
I hate to think what the cultural situation in Israel would be today without the tremendous effort of this great human being who was Bronislaw Huberman. Zubin Mehta, Music Director, The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra Praise for Josh Aronson s documentary" Orchestra of Exiles" The remarkable story of the Holocaust-era formation of the Palestine Symphony Orchestra by famed, Polish-born violinist Bronislaw Huberman is engrossingly recounted. "Los Angeles Times" It was dangerous to be a good person in central Europe when Hitler was darkening the skies. "Orchestra of Exiles" salutes one of the people who dared to take that course, Polish violin virtuoso Bronislaw Huberman. In doing so, [it] reminds us that just as we must never forget the darkness, we also must never forget those who refused to let all the light go out. " New York Daily News" "Orchestra of Exiles" will interest anyone who s concerned with European Jewry or classical music in the first half of the 20th century. NPR Richly researched..."Orchestra of Exiles" aspires to a level of primary research that other historical documentaries could take a page from. "The New York Times""