The del Ser family has regularly supported private initiatives in the classical music world, both in the UK, France and Kazakhstan. The idea has been and still is to help create new artistic projects, concerts, festivals, funding purchase of pianos in school wherever these projects celebrate incredibly hard work of talented young people and their teachers. We aim to continue to do just that in the near future on a project per project basis.
Talent Unlimited, through its donations, concerts, conferences and other events aims at creating an environment conducive to the development of young musical talent. Please help us in our work by making donations. You can find gift aid forms on our website. All those who work for Talent Unlimited are volunteers.
for Music and Arts was established to introduce and promote a novel concert format – «Music in Context.» We aim to transform a traditionally auditory experience into a fusion of various art forms. Our objective is two-fold – to support and promote the artists, and to enlighten and inspire the audience through an intellectually charged collaboration between musicians and speakers.
Our goal is to create a thought-provoking amalgam of performance, lecture, and discussion; and to present not only a recital, but an inspiring synthesis of music, art history and social culture. Ultimately we strive to forge a connection between the artist, the music and the audience. It’s more than a concert…
Concordia Foundation is a charity that supports young professional musicians on the threshold of their careers in the pursuit of excellence. Concordia looks to develop the “whole artist” through giving diverse opportunities to its chosen artists.
Concordia was founded by international singer and broadcaster Gillian Humphreys OBE.
1. To encourage, support and promote young emerging artists
2. To initiate & develop educational links between Concordia Artists & school children
3. To build bridges worldwide through international performances of artists both in Great Britain and overseas
Young Virtuosi is dedicated to developing and inspiring young musicians needing special encouragement and support through the challenging transition to professional artist. Through a series of concerts, recitals and master classes, the Young Virtuosi Festival is not just a breathtaking and dynamic event in the musical calendar, but a real stepping stone for its artists in their quest to achieve their aspirations and full potential.
Dr Armand D’Angour of Jesus College Oxford will present a lecture on his British Academy fellowship research project of reconstructing Ancient Greek Music with the attendance of the Harvard Summer School in Olympia and Nafplion students .
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