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What is EUBO?

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The European Union Baroque Orchestra is unique: EUBO nurtures and supports young baroque music performers through the challenging transition between conservatoire study and the music profession.
The activities of EUBO are an integral part of the EUBO Mobile Baroque Academy (EMBA), a Creative Europe co-operation project 2015-2018 co-funded by the European Union.
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  • ”Rarely have I seen so much smiling communication and listening between musicians on a concert stage. As a result, EUBO's concert was a delicate, joyous gem. Talent oozed from the stage. "

    Hugo Shirley, The Daily Telegraph

  • “An orchestra is the perfect symbol of the power of integration, and EUBO is a perfect example of what this can mean for Europe. Bringing together talent of different backgrounds, nationalities and languages, it serves as a reminder of what we can achieve by working together.”

    José Manuel Barroso, former President of the European Commission

  • "The EMBA project is at the heart of the cultural sector, revitalising and nurturing the tradition of music-making in Europe and leaving an enduring legacy."

    Maggy Nagel
    Minister of Culture, Luxembourg

  • “It is testimony to the quality of EUBO and its Danish director: Mortensen’s command of the idiom is second to none.”

    Andrew Clark, The Financial Times

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