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Kyiv Symphony Orchestra: ‘Voice of Ukraine’ tour comes to Germany

By France24
04 May 2022   |   10:49 am
The orchestra is determined to raise the voice of Ukrainian culture in the face of Russia's invasion. The German leg of its European tour has begun.

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