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Re-Orchestrating Society

Re-Orchestrating Society

  • Date 02 Dec 2020
  • Time 7.30-9pm
  • Category Music and performance

Re-Orchestrating Society

International Concert Series 2020/21

What are the benefits of collective activity? What are the challenges? How can orchestras benefit society? Can orchestras help rebuild society in a post-COVID world? 

Re-Orchestrating Society is a social action project in which members of orchestras at Royal Holloway have work together in small teams to develop a project based around orchestras that aims to benefit society. The projects draw on issues such as diversity, mental health, globalisation, and music education. 

This evening's digital event gives us an introduction to these exciting projects with live, interactive discussions with our 2020-21 Orchestral Scholars, hosted by our Director of Orchestras, Rebecca Miller.

This is a live, interactive session which will be hosted on an online video conferencing platform. To join us, please complete this short form (link embedded). Access details for the session will be emailed to you on the day of the event.


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