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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

Join Leila, Omar, Espoir and young refugees for an interactive music session exploring beats and tunes and showcasing the music video of the track they've been busy making online. You can meet the young people through a short Q&A about how they got to the finished track, inspired by this year's Refugee Week theme: We Cannot Walk Alone. There will also be a chance for some audience interaction through music games and exercises shared by the group.

Delivered by Compass Collective and Music Action International.

NOTICE:
To preserve the performers' privacy in their home countries, please do not take or share any pictures or screenshots of this performance.

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