East Meets West

East Meets West is a celebration of traditional music from around the world at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland on Saturday 20th April!

East Meets West

About East Meets West

East Meets West
A Celebration of Traditional Music From Around the World

Saturday 20th April
Ledger Recital Room
Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
7:30pm

Featuring an international line-up of musicians, and cross-cultural collaborations, this concert highlights and promotes diversity and multiculturalism.

Admission is free. Tickets must still be collected from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Box Office.

See you there!

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