For the forth-consecutive year, May has been the month of music.
Over 200 were the people who surfed the musical wave of the 5 concerts, performing 100 solo compositions along with ensemble, orchestral and choral pieces.
As always, the audience reacted with enthusiasm and admiration, filling the Immaculata Auditorium and St. Saviour’s Church with cheers and applause.
The most evocative moments of MOM were the ones when teachers and students played together. The students, filled with pride, were happy to keep up with their teachers while the latter were pleased to have brought their pupils to such levels, just a year ago unthinkable.
More, if we pay attention to the fact that the performers were both Israeli and Palestinians, it is difficult not to be emotional: it is like having made peace inside the family.
Talking about families, the thing that surprised and delighted the most the parents was when they heard the singing of the Yasmeen Buds Choir; or when they saw their little ones with bows in their hands, playing the violin, viola and cello in the three orchestras of the Magnificat.
The parents were so happy that, at times, they would express their gratitude to the Magnificat: “You give our children such great teachers!”