US classical musicians try to strike a new chord with youth

Most classical music dates back hundreds of years. With more young people moving away from listening to this music, a group of professional classical musicians in the US is trying to reach them by performing in new ways.

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    Most classical music dates back hundreds of years.

    With more young people moving away from listening to this music, a group of professional classical musicians in the US is trying to reach them by performing in new ways.

     

    Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo reports from Jersey City.


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