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140 young people claim that music has a social meaning

Four years later, 140 emerging artists hailing from 17 European countries are back on the stage in the Sistema Europe Youth Orchestra's (Seyo), programme.

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140 young people claim that music has a social meaning

Four years later, 140 emerging artists hailing from 17 European countries are back on the stage in the Sistema Europe Youth Orchestra's (Seyo), programme. They will be doing it in Madrid for the first time. They will get together to celebrate music's role in social transformation.

For nine days, children and young people aged 12-20 years will be able to participate in public events and training programs in Madrid. The National Auditorium will host the final act, with the new musicians performing great works by Bach and Sibelius as well as Holst, Holst, and Mussorgsky. This concert will mark the end of the sixth edition, which is held every two years. However, it was postponed in 2020 because of the pandemic.

"We play to transform the world." This is the motto for the program, which, through free education, targets low-income families as well as those at high risk of social exclusion across the continent. This initiative also includes several Spanish community orchestras; they will be able to travel and learn from different countries starting tomorrow.

Albert Arcarons (High Commissioner for Child Poverty), has ratified culture's role in progress. "Talent, merit and hard work will save us." Maria Guerrero Sanz president of Accion por La Musica stressed the importance of integrating artists and the general public as the main challenge. Marshall Marcus, president of Seyo said that the program is based on the "System", a Venezuelan instruction method. It strengthens self-esteem and cognitive development in young people.

Tomorrow, at 7:00 pm, there will be a talk about music and cultural rights in Retiro Park's Casa de Vacas Auditorium. The Plaza de Colon will host a concert by the Network of Municipal Schools of Music and Dance of Madrid on July 13, at 8:00 pm. The "tour" will end with the Action for Music Concert, which will take place at the National Auditorium on July 14. It will be directed by Etienne Abelin and Ron Davis Alvarez, Lara Diloy, Jhoanna Sierralta, and will be the last concert of the tour.

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