This orchestra lives and works on an impoverished housing estate

The BBC has a business story about the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie, which moved its rehearsal rooms to a sink estate on the outskirts of Bremen.

Since then the school’s results have improved, its drop-out rates have fallen to less than 1% and the atmosphere in the wider neighbourhood has been “transformed”.

Read all about it here.


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  • Truly inspiring story. I am convinced that this admirable undertaking has definitely changed many of these young people’s lives for the better (not to mention transforming the region), which otherwise would not have happened. The inherent good of good music making… There needs to be a lot more like this, maybe this is the only way classical music can go now – ensuring ever more young listeners/participants, this way classical music will survive. Spread the word… 🙂

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