Musician Yo-Yo Ma performing on April 18, 2013.( JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)

• Last night 90-year-old Holocaust survivor George Horner played piano alongside legendary cellist Yo Yo Ma last night at Boston’s Symphony Hall, at a concert organized by the Terezin Music Foundation. They performed music composed in Terezin, the Nazi concentration camp in which Horner was imprisoned. [NY Post]

• It’s Ezekiel Emanuel to the rescue, with a diagnosis for what went wrong with the online rollout of Obamacare, and how to fix it. [NYT]

• In response to the collective ‘ew’ released after Zomick’s long-term pest problem was revealed, Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver is sponsoring new legislation that would require food inspection violations to be posted online by the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets. [Jewish Week]

• At a panel called “Will Jews Exist,” attendees learned a lot about panelist Sheldon Adelson’s personal opinions. [Forward]

• Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu heads to Rome to meet with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry to discuss Iran’s nuclear program. [Jerusalem Post]

• Two minor 3.3 magnitude earthquakes struck near Eilat, with no reports of damage or casualties. [Times of Israel]