share music: They sang songs, played a few tunes on their recorders and offered generous applause for every effort, according to Toronto Star. Both groups peppered Lexi Shereshewsky, who is fluent in English and Arabic, with questions about life in each other's countries. On Skype, a group of young Syrian refugees in Azraq, Jordan, had the same tools, ready to share music from the other side of the world. From Jordan, Shereshewsky translated for her students, giving them insight into what life in Canada is like. Members of the Dixon Hall Music School's March Break camp, including instructor Bob McKitrick, on a Skype call Wednesday with Syrian children living in Jordan. Article Continued Below This meetup was the first of its kind for Bob McKitrick, who runs a March Break music camp for kids who attend Dixon Hall Music School in Toronto, where he has been director for 18 years. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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