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Porto Symphonic Orchestra Concert to Support Syrian Students

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14 January 2017 | Porto (Portugal)

 

 

The Orquestra Sinfónica do Porto Casa da Música and the Global Platform for Syrian Students are organising a benefit concert to support syrian students.
 
The concert will be conducted by Director Baldur Brönnimann and will be held at the Casa da Música in Porto (Portugal). Alexander Borodin's Plovdian Dances and José Vianna da Motta's symphony "À Patria" will contribute for rebuilding a new future full of hope and lights in the tormented lives of so many Syrian families.

 
There will be a dinner party in which you will also like to participate. Download the invitation. Tickets are available at Casa da Música.

 

They need you and count on you. Come and bring family and friends!

 

"When I learned that I was coming to Portugal, nor wanted to believe, it was a dream. Suddenly, for me and for my whole family, it was as if a light down the tunnel had begun to shine. And we started to believe in our future again" (Syrian student)

 

For further information contact us.

 

 

 

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  • Source: Civil Society, Global Platform for Syrian Students
Last modified on Tuesday, 10 January 2017 16:29

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