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MUSIC from five continents will be played in one night on the same stage in a unique concert at Warwick Arts Centre.
Warwick University own symphony orchestra will play at the Butterworth Hall on Friday, June 22 in Warwick Fused which features instruments and voices from Latin America, Africa, China and India.
They will play alongside Warwick World Music Group, Warwick Indian Music Ensemble and Warwick Chinese Orchestra Society to create a range of contrasting symphonic pieces in what has been described as a mind-blowing medley of sounds.
Also playing will be Warwick Music Centre's associate artist Ruairi Edwards, who will be appearing in the next Gareth Malone Choir series on BBC 2.
Tickets for Warwick Fused, which starts at 7.30pm, cost £5 and £7 from warwickartscentre.co.uk or by calling the box office on 024 7652 4524.
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