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  • When words Fail…

    “When words fail, music speaks” I could not have myself chosen better words to describe what I am sure most people felt yesterday after the horrendous terrorist attack in Manchester. Any form of terrorism is appalling, but one targeted mainly towards children and youth, it......

  • The Smell of Music

    I do not often write about concerts I attend, not because I do not have plenty of things to say about them, but because I believe there are professionals that can probably do a much better job! Having said that, the Philharmonia´s concert last week......

  • The Importance of YOUTH in Youth Orchestra

    A little over two weeks ago I finished my first ever visit to Portugal (I know, very ironic considering I have been in many places of the world and Portugal is next to Spain…). There I was conducting at the 9th Festival of the National......

  • Why EUYO matters to everyone

    I have read many letters this week complaining about the current plans of the European Commission to cut the funding for the European Union Youth Orchestra (which everyone in our world of classical music refers to as EUYO). In a picture that we do not......