The enjoyment of music is fundamental for everyone: not only listening to it but also participating actively in it. People with disabilities have certain limitations, both physical and cognitive, which make access to the practical aspects difficult. Apart from playing an instrument, dance also constitutes a fundamental form of emotional expression; a way of knowing one’s body better in order to develop physical and mental abilities and build social relationships.

Presentation of the series "Music Books for disAbilities" in Palencia

03/21/2010 - News and activities

Monday, March 29 at 20:15 hours, Concert Hall at Palencia’s Conservatory.
During the event, music composer Edson Zampronha will address the audience on the Foundation's project.
Following his speech, Indonesian composer and pianist Ananda Sukarlan will play some of the pieces specifically composed for this project accompanied by several members of the teaching staff at the Palencia Conservatory of Music (singing, violin, guitar, bassoon, organ).
The performance of some of these pieces will be an ABSOLUTE PREMIERE. Special mention must be made of a piece of organ music composed by Santiago Lanchares (Palencia, 1952) specifically for the series Cuadernos de música para disCapacidades ("Music Books for disAbilities").

 



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