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Aurora Orchestra’s Brexit concert nearly turned me into a Leaver

6 April 2019

9:00 AM

6 April 2019

9:00 AM

Back when the UK was assumed to be leaving the European Union on 29 March, the Aurora Orchestra was invited to Brussels to participate in Klarafestival: specifically, an evening of words and music ‘celebrating cultural links between Europe and the UK’. And because arts organisations in general (and orchestras in particular) change direction with the agility of a supertanker in pack ice, it went ahead regardless.

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