The four 2020 Medinea sessions of the Mediterranean Youth Orchestra (MYO) are each open to a dozen of young and talented musicians from the Mediterranean basin (building their careers to become professional artists) and who have an intense practise of musical improvisation, even of the composition. Each session is designed for a large diversity of musical aesthetics and Mediterranean expressions and hosts all styles of music using elements of improvisations (jazz, traditional music, early music, etc.).
Fabrizio Cassol, composer and jazzman, guides these sessions and proposes to experiment with techniques of collective composition, within an ensemble, with the aim of leading to the creation of a common musical production which also reveals individual singularities. This training offers a unique intercultural experience of the life of an ensemble in creation, in rehearsals and on tour.
This session welcomed ten emerging artists from Algeria, France, Greece, Malta, Portugal and Tunisia and will end up with a concert in Valletta on February 27th at the Robert Samut Hall in Floriana and is supported by the Arts Council Malta, and in collaboration with the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra and the School of Performing Arts, University of Malta.
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