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MSP wants to see Sistema music project brought to Cumbernauld
by Graham Fraser
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11 October 2012
On 11 October 2012 STV reported:
A member of the Scottish Parliament has called on a project which has given some of Scotland's poorest children the chance to learn a musical instrument to be introduced in Cumbernauld. Jamie Hepburn wants Sistema Scotland, a charity which offers music lessons to young people in deprived communities, to come to the North Lanarkshire town.
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