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Hungary jazz great Snetberger puts Roma kids on career path

A music school in Hungary founded by a famous Roma musician aims to teach disadvantaged young people how to make a living from their talents. The Snetberger Music Talent Centre was set up two years ago by world-famous jazz guitarist Ferenc Snetberger at picturesque Felsoors, 120 kilometres (75 miles) south of Budapest on the northern shore of Lake Balaton. The school provides 60 students per year, 90 percent of whom are disadvantaged Roma kids, with a springboard into a musical career.
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