Spira mirabilis is a European classical symphony orchestra founded in 2007 by a group of young musicians, mostly from European countries, who prepare each programme extensively in the Italian town of Formigine.
They are distinguished by the fact that they work out interpretations and rehearse them collectively, performing without a conductor and so implement a model of music making which breaks to some extent prevailing patterns.
The task: to raise their profile internationally, assist with general marketing support.
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