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Afghan Youth Orchestra Goes From the Streets of Kabul to Broadwayi
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February 10, 2013 11:37 PM
The Afghan Youth Orchestra, the first orchestra created in Afghanistan in over 30 years, is currently on a tour of the United States. The group is comprised mostly of children who grew up on the streets of Kabul. Now, they are on Broadway. From New York, VOA's Brian Allen has more.

Afghan Youth Orchestra Goes From the Streets of Kabul to Broadway

Published February 10, 2013

The Afghan Youth Orchestra, the first orchestra created in Afghanistan in over 30 years, is currently on a tour of the United States. The group is comprised mostly of children who grew up on the streets of Kabul. Now, they are on Broadway. From New York, VOA's Brian Allen has more.


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