• Beijing 2008 Olympic Orchestra
  • Sydney 2000 Olympic Marching Band
  • Sydney 2000 Olympic Marching Band
  • Beijing 2008 Olympic Orchestra
  • Members of the 2001 World University Games Marching Band
  • 2001 World University Games Marching Band
  • "It is both this attention to detail and the consideration for individual needs that sets World Projects apart. No problem was too big or small for their attention."

     

    Kathy Davis
    Executive Director
    Four Seasons Youth Orchestra
  • "From the very beginning, working with you and World Projects has been effortless.  You and your staff were always quick to respond to our questions, helped organize all of our excursions, and made for a positive week for me, my students and chaperones.”

    Phil Peters
    Orchestra Director
    Valley High School
    West Des Moines, IA
  • "We believe you get what you pay for; with World Projects the value for the dollar can’t be beat.  We travel only with World Projects.”

     

    Carol Doan
    Cincinnati Junior Strings
    Cincinnati, OH

Thank you for considering the London Celebration Music Festival as your music performance tour in 2012. It is our mission to present young musicians with a once in a lifetime experience that offers the opportunity for musical growth while creating lasting memories during an exciting and energetic period of London’s history. World Projects is proud to have produced musical opportunities for youth musicians during both the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games and the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.

The Beijing 2008 Olympic Orchestra is a grand scale event designed to enrich the lives of the student musicians who participate.

Encompassing 2008 musicians from 40 countries, the "B 2008 OO" has as a goal to support the Beijing Olympics goal theme of "One World, One Dream" and "Green and Human Olympics".

World Projects is donating the ticket proceeds from our New York International Music Festival to ShelterBox USA as a way to assist in the relief efforts in Japan. We are honoring one of our showcase performers from Japan, Kasukabe Kyoei Wind Ensemble.

 

Inaugural Event at Walt Disney Concert Hall

World Projects is proud to announce that the first ever Chinese Youth Music Festival will be held in Los Angeles, California from July 25-29, 2011. This incredible event will bring together three wind bands with over 150 participants from Beijing and Guangzhou for a week of performances, workshops and exchange with US students. The festival will culminate with finale performances at the Walt Disney Concert Hall on July 28th at 7:30pm.

World Projects International Music Productions is pleased to have teamed up with the 2009 WASBE Conference to offer travel and touring services to groups attending the event in Cincinnati, Ohio - USA.

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