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Colorful Music in a Refugee Camp
August 19, 2011   Palestine
In July, the Dutch Fanfare van de Eerste Liefdesnacht paid a visit to a MwB/HLT project in the smallest refugee camp in Palestine: al-Azzeh refugee camp, next to Bethlehem. They gave a music workshop for many children from Dheisheh and al-Azzeh refugee camp in which the children got to know the exciting instruments of the music group and played rhythms together. After the workshop, the children and musicians walked together through the streets of al-Azzeh camp in a colorful musical parade.

Thank you so much to all the musicians, workshop leaders and others that made this day successful!

Thank you for all the beautiful pictures Bernice Siewe, Laurence Ranson, and Peter van der Pouw Kraan

Topics: Palestine