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Opera

The National Youth Orchestra showed that they’re the equal of any professional band

13 January 2018

9:00 AM

13 January 2018

9:00 AM

Everyone knows — don’t they? — that the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain is the UK’s youngest world-class symphony orchestra — an ensemble of musicians aged 18 and under that’s the equal of any professional band (and better than some). But it’s also the largest, and we don’t hear enough about the sheer sonic impact of hearing 157 musicians moving with absolute precision.

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