Below is our calendar which contains all events, activities and meetings for the Phoenix Holocaust Association as well as community events. We hope to see you at an upcoming event.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us either through our “Contact Us” page or by emailing

Upcoming events

15 December 2022
2:00 pm

The Inextinguishable Symphony: A True Story of Music and Love in Nazi Germany Discussion with Author, Martin Goldsmith   December 15, 2022 at 2PM (MST) Discussion via ZOOM   Set amid the growing tyranny of Germany's Third Reich, here is the riveting and emotional tale of Günther Goldschmidt and Rosemarie Gumpert, two courageous Jewish musicians who struggled to perform under unimaginable circumstances―and found themselves falling in love in a country bent on destroying them. Beautifully and simply told by their son, National Public Radio commentator Martin Goldsmith, The Inextinguishable Symphony takes us from the cafés of Frankfurt, where Rosemarie and Günther fell in love, to the concert halls that offered solace and hope for the beleaguered Jews, to the United …

Discussion with Author, Martin Goldsmith: The Inextinguishable Symphony: A True Story of Music and Love in Nazi Germany. Read More »

22 December 2022
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Sanderson Lincoln Pavilion, 101 Easy Street
Carefree, AZ 85377 United States

  Dr. Hersch Altman will be present to share his experiences during the Holocaust and provide great insight into his amazing story of survival. For More Information:

18 January 2023
5:00 pm

David De Jong will talk about his book, Nazi Billionaires: The Dark History of Germany’s Wealthiest Dynasties. ZOOM Registration information will be forthcoming

22 January 2023
6:00 pm

  6 p.m. Jan. 22, 2023 Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts Tickets $18, $36 and $54 Purchase at the center's box office or online at   MusicaNova Orchestra and ASU's Center for Jewish Studies present one man's story of finding hope and love in an all-Jewish orchestra as Nazi oppression accelerated in 1930s Germany. The evening begins with the movie Winter Journey, based on classical radio host Martin Goldsmith's book, The Inextinguishable Symphony, followed by a Q&A with Mr. Goldsmith. The orchestra performs the final piece the Jewish orchestra rehearsed: an ironic slap at their oppressors, Nielsen's Fourth Symphony powerfully proclaims that "music is life, and like life, inextinguishable." Local choirs join the orchestra for the finale, Sibelius’ …

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15 February 2023
5:00 pm

Dan Grunfeld, a 3G, will talk about his book, By the Grace of the Game: The Holocaust, a Basketball Legacy and an Unprecedented American Dream.