Music Brings the World Together

Classical music has a special way of bringing people together, no matter where they're from. In this brief exploration, we'll see how classical music helps us understand each other better and appreciate our shared human experience.

International Music Management

Over the years, International Music Management has established a strong reputation by organizing numerous high-quality projects and representing accomplished musicians. We arrange the musicians from the Netherlands, including airplane tickets, hotel accommodations, and visas for the players. Our collaborating organization is BCD Travel Netherlands. On location, we always have our own orchestra stage manager present, who prepares everything locally, enabling the orchestra or ensemble to go to the concert venue at their own convenience.

Orchestra with 50 musicians. Symphony orchestras with over 50 players are the epitome of musical collaboration and artistic expression, weaving together a diverse range of instruments to create captivating soundscapes. With their vast ensemble, composers can explore limitless possibilities in dynamics, texture, and complexity, pushing the boundaries of musical innovation. From Beethoven's grand symphonies to Tchaikovsky's lush melodies, these orchestras inspire and enchant audiences worldwide, upholding cultural heritage and musical excellence.
The Firebird - Strawinsky (Finale)  Also sprach Zarathustra Opening Richard Strauss Opening 

Orchestra with 40 musicians. Orchestras with around 40 players were typical during the Classical and early Romantic periods around 1800. These ensembles, often led by prominent composers like Mozart, Haydn, and early Beethoven, featured a balanced blend of strings, woodwinds, brass, and percussion.
Symfony nr 5- L van Beethoven - First movement  Symphony No. 40 - Mozart - first movement

Orchestra with 30 musicians (Stringorchestra). In contrast to larger symphony orchestras, the string orchestra typically features fewer players, allowing for greater clarity and intricacy in musical arrangements. This smaller scale provides composers with a canvas for subtle nuances and delicate expressions.
Dvořák Serenade for Strings - First Movement Tchaikovsky Serenade for Strings - Last Movement
Small Ensembles/ String Quartets and Woodwind Quintets.
String quartets, consisting of two violins, a viola, and a cello, are renowned for their versatility and depth of expression. From the classical elegance of Haydn and Mozart to the innovative complexity of Beethoven and beyond, these ensembles showcase the interplay of voices in a balanced and nuanced manner. Woodwind quintets, on the other hand, feature a flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and horn. With their diverse timbres and dynamic range, they offer a kaleidoscope of sound that ranges from whimsical to poignant, making them ideal vehicles for exploring a wide variety of musical styles and genres.
Mozart - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik Holst: Jupiter from The Planets
Kids concerts
Introducing Kids to Classical Music: "Peter and the Wolf" "Peter and the Wolf" by Sergei Prokofiev is a beloved classic that bridges the worlds of music and storytelling. It's an ideal piece for kids' concerts, captivating young audiences with its charming narrative and vibrant melodies. In this arrangement for 5 woodwind players with a narrator, the tale unfolds through the voices of the instruments, each representing a character in the story. From the playful flute portraying the bird to the somber bassoon embodying the grandfather, children are not only entertained but also introduced to the distinctive sounds of various woodwind instruments. As the narrator (could also be spoken in Arabic) weaves the story, accompanied by the evocative music, children are transported into the enchanting world of Peter and his encounters with the cunning wolf. Through this engaging experience, kids not only develop an appreciation for classical music but also enhance their listening skills and imagination. "Peter and the Wolf" continues to be a timeless favorite in kids' concerts worldwide, delighting young audiences and sparking their curiosity about the magical realm of orchestral music.
Peter and the Wolf - Sergei Prokofiev, arrangement for 5 woodwind players 
Arabic Music
Performing both Arabic and Western classical music is becoming increasingly common as musicians seek to bridge the gap between different musical cultures and traditions. This can be a challenging and rewarding process, as it requires a deep understanding of both musical styles and the ability to blend them in a seamless and meaningful way. In concerts that feature both Arabic and Western classical music, audiences can experience the unique features of each musical tradition, such as Arabic microtonality, ornamentation, and rhythm, as well as the harmony, melodies, and structure of Western classical music. These concerts can help to build appreciation and understanding of different musical cultures and can foster greater cultural exchange and collaboration.

Cost-Effective solutions for orchestras and ensembles in Saudi Arabia
To reduce costs, there is also the possibility for the orchestra or ensemble to stay in Saudi Arabia for a short or longer period. This would save on travel expenses.Furthermore, the orchestra or ensemble can give more concerts, including providing lessons at schools or other institutions.
Classical music TV channel, Stingray Brava
There is also the possibility that the concerts held in Saudi Arabia could be broadcasted on the classical music TV channel, Stingray Brava. Stingray Brava is the only television channel entirely dedicated to classical music, opera, and ballet. Stingray Brava is a television channel that focuses on classical music, opera, and ballet. It is broadcast worldwide. Every day, more than 400 million households and 12,000 commercial clients at 78,000 locations enjoy one or more services offered by Stingray