ZAHONY, Hungary (AP) — The violin was so beloved by Myroslava Sherbina that it was the only item she took when she fled Ukraine, along with the clothes she was wearing.
But the instrument has remained silent since the beginning of the Russian invasion of his country. “I didn’t want to play so I could hear the sirens and we could go to the air raid shelter,” said Sherbina, 20.
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