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MusicDrawn together by their passion for using music in the context of health and wellbeing, Duo Eunoia creates interactive performances where creativity, improvisation and connection are at the heart of it all. They have supported and co-lead workshops for: early years, schools, SEN schools, groups for young people on the autism spectrum, for adults with disabilities, people living with dementia, homeless people, women and children who experienced abuse, women survivors of human trafficking, mothers experiencing postnatal depression, in prisons and in addiction recovery settings.

Passionate about discovering the work of lesser-known and contemporary composers, they share a varied and contrasting selection of music with listeners - from meditative sounds to magical scenarios, old traditions to folk melodies - to inspire each person’s own creative mind.

Inês Delgado:

Inês’ greatest purpose is to explore how music can help, empower and inspire others. Community music is therefore a big part of her work. Inês trained as a Music Leader with the Wigmore Hall and Evolve Music. She now continues the workshop facilitating work as a freelancer and working with organisations such as Wigmore Hall and Turtle Key Arts.

Inês is particularly passionate about working with vulnerable or marginalised groups, as she strongly believes that music and creativity should be accessible to all. Her passion for meditation led her to start a Meditation Teacher training, knowledge which will help her deepen the delivery of her Music & Meditation workshops. As a performer, Inês’ passions are orchestra and chamber music. She trained at the Royal College of Music, where she completed her Bachelor and Master's Degrees. Currently, Inês is on trial with the Ulster Orchestra for the position of second violin Section Leader, and she was a 2020-2022 Foyle Future First with the London Philharmonic Orchestra. She regularly freelances with other orchestras, such as the Philharmonia and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

Laura Casas Cambra:

Laura’s passion for facilitating access to quality and meaningful musical experiences for all has led her to combine a performing, community music and research career. As a performer and researcher, she is undertaking a doctoral research project at the Royal College of Music, which aims to introduce the public to lesser-known interwar female composers and their works, by recovering manuscript scores, preparing its premiere and recording, as well as their performing editions, suitable for publication. Alongside this, she is delighted to be engaged in community music projects with early-years, young people, women survivors of human trafficking, people living with dementia, and in prisons; with organizations such as Wigmore Hall, Pan Intercultural Arts, Spitalfields Music, Turtle Key Arts, Soundcastle or Liberty Choir UK.
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