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The Music of Strangers: Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble

M Documentary

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Synopsis

The only way to change the world is to make a little noise.

THE MUSIC OF STRANGERS: YO-YO MA AND THE SILK ROAD ENSEMBLE is the extraordinary new film from Morgan Neville, the director of the Oscar-winning documentary 20 Feet from Stardom.

Spanning the globe, this is the celebratory story of the renowned international musical collective created by legendary cellist Yo-Yo Ma.

The feature-length documentary follows this group of diverse instrumentalists, vocalists, composers, arrangers, visual artists and storytellers as they explore the power of music to preserve tradition, shape cultural evolution and inspire hope.

Release Date 5 January 2017
Running Time 1hr 36m
Rating M | Mature themes and coarse language
Cast Yo-Yo Ma
Director Morgan Neville

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