In both concerts, which will be conducted by the founder and director of DO, Ron Davis Alvarez, the entire Dream Orchestra family will present a program with stories and music that invite you to meet the Inuit tribe in Greenland, the Inca- and Warao tribes in South america, to learn about Nordic mythology or Afro-cuban culture, and travel in time to medieval Sweden.
All these stories, with the scores and the pedagogical activities that accompany them, can be downloaded in the digital book, Storytelling in the orchestra, which was made with the generous support of Stiftelsen Signatur.
During these seven years, Dream Orchestra has benefited 416 students, and their families, from more than 20 nationalities. During the pandemic, DO held a total of 1,060 online sessions. And since that first concert, on October 24, 2016, more than 3,000 rehearsals and/or sectionals have been held. Added to the list of achievements are two published books available in digital format on the website: “Dream Orchestra, a learning model” and “Storytelling in the orchestra”. In addition, we have a safeguard policy, “Save in the orchestra”, that was worked on with the support of Save the Children Sweden.
Dream Orchestra feels very honored to celebrate its seven years within the activities of Kulturnatta, which has been taking place in Gothenburg for 30 years. This is the free cultural festival that opens the doors of all the theaters, museums, libraries, galleries, studios, cinemas and cultural centers in the city for one night.
Save the date: Friday, October 27, and celebrate seven years of playing music together at Dream Orchestra.
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