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Classical Pops hits the mark


A massive crowd turned out at Apes Hill Club, St James last night for the inaugural Classical Pops Barbados.

The two-day event features an all-star orchestra comprising some 65 members of the world’s premiere symphonies from the Boston Symphony Orchestra to the New York Philharmonic.

The audience was so into the music that they refused to move during intermittent showers.


Special guest, Barbadian songstress Alison Hinds also put down a great performance.

Alison Hinds

Alison Hinds

Minister of Tourism Richard Sealy said he was impressed with the quality fo the show.

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