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PUBLIC SEIZE THE CHANCE TO GET TUNED IN WITH AN ORCHESTRA.

BUDDING musicians got a chance to find out what it is like to play with a world class orchestra last night. Members of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra invited members of the public of all ages to come and play alongside them as part of a 'super orchestra'. The rehearsal on the concert platform at the Philharmonic Hall was conducted by the orchestra's music director, Gerard Schwarz. The event was held as a taster for National Orchestra Week, running from March 9 to 17. Music at City Exchange - Arts Diary

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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Mar 6, 2002
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