Harmonise

Tuesday 21t June

Music Action International presents an uplifting performance by young refugees, sharing songs and stories of Arabic hip-hop, Syrian love songs and Roma feasts.

 

Children from Kilburn Grange, Stonebridge, Salusbury Primary Schools and Salusbury World Family Wellbeing Centre perform their own music.

They cover the beauty and conflict of countries at war and demonstrate how refugees who have lived through these horrors can show us how to create more peaceful, happier communities.

The children are joined by an inspirational team of international musicians, and the performance is presented by Music Action International.

Music Action International transform lives affected by war, torture and armed conflict through structured, psycho-social music programmes.

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