Music tour

23rd January 2004 at 00:00
An orchestra made up of young musicians from more than 40 countries is to set off on its first British tour. The Philharmonia of the Nations was founded in 1995. It will perform in 10 British cities during March and April. It has previously played for premiers and heads of state throughout the world, including Pope John Paul II.

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