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This Sunday, Webster Hall’s stages will be filled with incredible performances of music genres from all over the world. This event highlights music from farreaching world regions and brings them together for celebration and (hopefully) future collaboration.

Starting out originally as a festival/ showcase, GlobalFEST has since morphed into an entire nonprofit organization offering resources from performers and artists of many different mediums. Their mission is to break down barriers between countries and promote collaboration among artists as well as entire governments. Through programs like their Touring Fund, artists are able to travel to new places, expand their market and gain exposure through performing at highly recognizable venues.

GlobalFest guests can look forward to an array of world music and interesting musical fusions. Tickets and further information are available on their website.

-by Johanna Silver

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