The Royal Philharmonic’s education and community programme Resound delivers some 350 sessions a year, and has reached China, Holland, Jamaica, Azerbaijan and Kazhakstan as well as prisons, hospices, homeless centres and special schools closer to home. While it brings great benefits to its audiences, the musicians too gain from the experience. Andrew Green takes a look
Sorry, to view the rest of this content you must be logged in.
Unfortunately you are not logged in. Please choose one of the following options:
NOTE: Free accounts provide access to news and opinion articles. For full site access you will also need to be a subscriber.
Leave a Reply
You must be logged in to post a comment.