Sharing a combined vision

Winners of Breaking Barriers – an initiative spearheaded by Itzhak Perlman – discuss their efforts to create a more inclusive society and demonstrate that a love of art and music is for everyone.

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May 17, 2017 15:17
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Musethica musicians play in front of a group of kindergarten children in Kibbutz Ramot Menashe in the North. (photo credit: MUSETHICA)

 
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