Partner: Terra! –
Sector: Social Inclusion –
Country: Italy –
Place: Rome and Naples –
Year: 2020-2022 –
Project Status: Concluded –
THE PROJECT IN SUMMARY
Strengthening the Orchestra di Braccianti as a means for the autonomy, independence, education and integration of day labourers, as well as broadening the reach and sensitization of public opinion on the theme of black labour.
THE PROJECT IN DETAIL
Consolidating the ties of the group and increasing the musical repertory both in qualitative and quantitative terms; broadening the composition of the orchestra with new musicians; reinforcing the personal enhancement of each individual and his/her role towards the outside as a spokesperson for a widely spread community of agricultural labourers.
10 young members of the Orchestra dei Braccianti.
The project foresees the realization of intensive workshops each lasting six/eight hours to enable the orchestra to rehearse and ire-arrange existing songs, increase its musical repertory, deepen composition and arrangement work and research new pieces.
The work of the orchestra is focused on group dynamics, also giving space and moments of deepening on the issues that concern them.
In 2020 and 2021, the project undertook a search for new musicians in order to increase the members of the orchestra with new labourers via contact in other communities where there are large numbers of foreign day labourers (for example, the Piana del Sele, Agro Pontino and informal settlements in the Capitanata).
Finally, the project foresees enabling activities through mediation and storytelling with the young components of the orchestra aimed at reinforcing their identity as members of the orchestra and spokespersons for agricultural labourers living in vulnerable conditions.
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