Classical Music isn’t a monopoly of the western world. The Aga Khan Music Initiative and its top-level musicians from the Near and the Far East, from Africa and countries of the former Soviet Union present their rich and varied musical heritage to the world.MORE »

EUYO in Berln 2014
© Bernjamin Pritzukuleit

On the 9th day of November in every year since 2010, Berlin has hosted the State of Europe speeches, where prominent representatives of the European Union discuss fundamental questions, ideas, and challenges pertaining to the European project.After their performance on 9th November 2014, the European Youth Orchestra again accompanied this year’s State of Europe speech.MORE »

© Singapore International Festival of Music

Myths & Legends was the motto of this year’s Singapore International Festival of Music. In October 2016, the festival brought together Southeast Asia’s finest young musicians and prominent professional artists from around the world.MORE »

© Stratis Kouniaris

With the motto Crossroads, internationally acclaimed artists and young musicians from around the world came together on the Greek island of Lesbos for a unique and extraordinary chamber music festival from 16-19 August 2016.MORE »

© Roger Rossel

“Have we ever heard Beethoven’s Fate Symphony played at such lightning speed and full of such blazing confidence and good spirits as here and now by these exceptional musicians, inspired and possessed by this music and its transformational spirit?!” (André Sokolowski in kultura-extra.de)MORE »

© Benjamin Pritzkuleit

In November 2014, the European Union Youth Orchestra celebrated the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall with a marathon series of concerts. After a week full of music, the orchestra members joined thousands of others to become part of the Berlin Lichtgrenze [Border of Lights] project. #fallofthewall25MORE »