|25 Swayne Road, New Zealand|
|Monday, 01 May 2023 10:24Friday, 08 December 2023 05:10|
|We arrange 3000 seats|
Recorders Beyond Borders returns with an exciting new program featuring young recorder players from Young students from the United States, Kenya, and Brazil.
Recorders Beyond Borders returns with an exciting new program featuring young recorder players from four continents. Last year’s young musicians from the United States and Kenya will be joined by participants in Brazil and the Netherlands.
Skid Row Housing Trust
Boston Early Music Festival's Director of Community Engagement Nina Stern partners with teaching artists from S’Cool Sounds (U.S. and Kenya), the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague, and Brazilian organizations NEOJIBA, Alunos da Orquestra da Grota, and Projeto Musica no Bairro/ Dorcas to engage their young students with songs from these many traditions, each interpreting them in their own ways, performing them for each other, and for you.
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