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Backstage in Paris and Budapest

By DW
02 December 2018   |   10:10 am
Join Alondra de la Parra on her musical travels around the world. In Paris she hangs out with Ensemble Recoveco of Colombia and Venezuela, and in Budapest she meets Hungarian violinist Barnabás Kelemen.

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