Come together: how music is rebuilding bridges in divided Balkans

Mostar Rock School is a school that takes students from both sides of the Nereta river, which divides the Bosnian Croat population and the Bosnian Muslims. The school allows students from different ethnic backgrounds to intermingle, create music, and it defies the ethnic division created after the Bosnian war. “There were 16 students in the first class. This year, there are 128 enrolled and 80 more on the waiting list.”

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