An Orchestra Beyond Borders

An assistant to founder Daniel Barenboim shares member stories from the orchestra that was created to promote Arab-Israeli understanding through music, in a collection of testimonies that shares their ambitions, political views, and ...

An Orchestra Beyond Borders

Author: Elena Cheah

Publisher: Verso Books

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Page: 280

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An assistant to founder Daniel Barenboim shares member stories from the orchestra that was created to promote Arab-Israeli understanding through music, in a collection of testimonies that shares their ambitions, political views, and observations about the orchestra's achievements. Original.

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