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6 Aug, 2018 09:22

The art of revolution

It’s always assumed that social change starts in politics. But what if that assumption is incorrect and social change actually begins in the arts?

Throughout history, it is the artist – not the politician – who is better equipped to show how humanity can make the next big leap forward and transcend problems that the political class is often powerless to resolve.

Host Ross Ashcroft is joined by composer and conductor Keith Burstein, who has been successfully using opera over the last 13 years to highlight the issues that affect all our lives.

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