In June, 2009, I had the distinct pleasure of leading the Arizona State University Wind Symphony in concert for a World Projects music event at Disney Hall in Los Angeles. Throughout the entire planning stage and the trip itself, the World Projects staff was cordial, quick to solve any problems that arose, and on top of every logistical detail. In short, our experience was first-rate and I am pleased to recommend World Projects to one and all! Gary W. Hill, Evelyn Smith Professor of Music Director of Ensemble Studies, School of Music Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts Arizona State University

Ever since our Wind Ensemble's participation at the 1997 Pacific Basin Music Festival, I have used World Projects exclusively for Homestead Band and Orchestra tours. Through World Projects, Homestead bands and orchestras have performed in Europe, Japan, the Sydney Opera House in Australia, Carnegie Hall in New York City, and the Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles.

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Greetings. I would like to offer my most fervent support, and emphatic recommendation on behalf of World Projects International Music Productions.

I have used World Projects for two international tours in the last three years. In 2009, my band program embarked on a two-week international performance tour throughout the whole of England and Wales. The tour involved four performances, with our highlight performance occurring on July Fourth in the heart of London at St. John’s Smith Square.

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As the Director of Bands, Emeritus at Cal Poly, I want to recommend that you take full advantage of the opportunity to perform in one of the finest concert halls in America, the Walt Disney Concert Hall in downtown Los Angeles. My final performance with the Cal Poly Wind Ensemble, after serving as their conductor for 43 years, was in the Disney Hall on June 22, 2011 as a part of the Los Angeles International Music Festival, sponsored by World Projects International.

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With budgets shrinking and administrators becoming harder to convince that travel with your ensemble and the expenses that come with it are worth it, it is more important than ever that you choose events and companies that can guarantee that your experience is both educationally valid and worth the money. In my mind there are few experiences that are more musically and educationally rewarding than performing in one of the world's great concert halls.

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