One of the rare musical events this summer in Los Angeles will be the finale performance by a group of musicians known as "The United Nations of Classical Music" or "Musical Peace Corps." Officially the ipalpiti Orchestral Ensemble, this rare convergence of talented young professional musicians drawn from twenty countries transcends philosophical and political conflict as they gather under the musical direction of one of L.A.'s finest classical music assets, maestro Eduard Schmieder, to perform for two weeks at various venues culminating with their grand finale performance at Disney Hall on July 23rd at 8pm.
In an effort to bring greater awareness to this unique classical music opportunity for Southern California, we would greatly appreciate any shout outs or placements in your summer calendar of musical events. Of course, if you are interested in pursuing a story on this timely collaboration of musicians from culturally disparate corners of the globe, LaunchPad PR can arrange for a conversation with Eduard Schmieder or his wife and ipalpiti director Laura Schmieder --- both founders of ipalpiti. A love for classical music as a powerful common bond for humanity and the energies of Eduard Schmeider has made this event possible along with his distinguished advisory board that includes artists such as Vladimir Ashkenazy, Yefim Bronfman, Ida Haendal, Gary Karr, Gidon Kremer, Wynton Marsalis and the late Yehudi Menuhin.