Giving ear

Violins, not violence: The Nazareth-based Polyphony venture fosters musical and cultural harmony.

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March 16, 2017 10:37
Polyphony

Polyphony provides a platform for musicians from all backgrounds to come together. (photo credit: PAUL FLANAGAN)

 
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