In this interview Danusha Waskiewicz recalls her life as a musician, starting from the youth orchestras, then the first contact with Claudio Abbado in the Mahler Jugendorchester and her experience in the Orchestra Mozart. It's a very moving interview, in which the uniqueness of OM naturally emerges as a team that shares a new way of making music based on listening, on "taking a a step back" to blend in, to listen to each other and to improve the sound. Danusha sees the viola as an instrument to experiment, to keep on studying: to shift a balance, to play more or less loudly, to unite the "colours" of music with the aim of creating something unique that can escape time. The fact that this can be done in music, which is maybe the most transient form of art, is one of the most valuable traits of this testimony.
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