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Displaced Voices – Arts Blog post by Composer Toby Young

Composer Toby Young has been involved in the Displaced Voices project very early on. Ahead of the concerts and events taking place in Oxford on 18 January and in London on 19 January he talks about his experience in a post on his Oxford University Arts Blog dedicated to the project.

“Reflecting on these stories, months after first hearing shocking accounts of living in brutally war-torn countries, gives me chills.” Displaced Voices brings students together with OSJ musicians, community members and refugees through music

Read more here http://www.ox.ac.uk/news/arts-blog/displaced-voices-oxford#

Displaced Voices is OSJ’s associate conductor, Cayenna Ponchione’s brainchild. It is made possible by support from Arts Council England, The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities, the University of Oxford’s Community Grants Fund, the Derrill Allatt Foundation, Doris Field Charitable Trust, Sir Christopher and Lady Wendy Ball, and Robin and Jeanne Stainer



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