Rachael Worby

Music Director, founder of MUSE/IQUE

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Live music shows are cancelled during the pandemic, but one American conductor has come up with an idea to bring performances to people’s front lawns.

Creating concerts outside the concert hall during pandemic

Live music shows are cancelled during the pandemic, but one American conductor has come up with an idea to bring performances to people’s front lawns.

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