Astronauts describe Christmas in space; Nashville's new Black wind symphony

Astronauts describe Christmas in space; Nashville's new Black wind symphony

By NPR

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Friday, 24 December

Mark Vande Hei and Tom Marshburn will spend this Christmas further away from home than any other beings in the universe. The two astronauts are orbiting the planet on the International Space Station. They join us. And, the Nashville African American Wind Symphony is entirely made up of Black classical musicians. As Paige Pfleger of WLPN reports, its mission is to educate the younger generation of musicians and advocate for musicians of color.
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