During a couple of weeks this summer, Sinfonia Verdi brought music in to the classroom at Stopsley High School and in to the world of business at London Business School to inspire both students and leading international business executives.
David Murphy has secured funding from Arts Council England to develop Ravi Shankar's opera Sukanya to reach a large number of young people through education and outreach activities based on the vibrant rhythmic material in the work.
In 2017, Roots of Fire crossed the world from India to UK in a project that saw hundreds of children working with Sinfonia Verdi musicians and master of sarod Amjad Ali Khan to create and perform a new piece of music.
In the first of a ground-breaking new series of concerts, Sinfonia Verdi was join on stage by Classic FM’s John Suchet and Classical Hindustani vocalist Meeta Pandit to present a unique and engaging concert performance of the works of the Strauss family.
RevoLuton Arts brought together a host of musical talent from across Luton in a showcase event celebrating different cultures through a diverse range of musical styles centred around a community project involving storytelling and song.
A new Luton-based art projected entitled As you change so do I, is a two year programme of commissioned temporary artworks including billboards and offsite work, promoting the stories of Luton’s people, its contemporary culture, imagery, heritage and traditions.