In addition to music festivals and custom tours, World Projects produces special events and once-in-a-lifetime performance opportunities. World Projects has also worked in partnership with associations and organizations to co-produce events and conferences. World Projects continues to seek out opportunities to work with organizations throughout the world who share the same goal of enriching the lives of musicians through music and travel.
Past WP special projects have included:
2015 WASBE CONFERENCE (San Jose, California)
World Projects acted as the Local Organizing Committee (LOC) for the 2015 conference which took place at venues throughout San Jose, California, including the California Theatre and San Jose State University.
2014 NEW YORK SEASON OF GIVING GALA CONCERT (New York, NY)
During the week leading up to Thanksgiving, World Projects produced the New York Seasons of Giving Gala Concert at Carnegie Hall. The concert included ensembles from New York, Texas and Nevada
2013 JUNGFRAU MUSIC FESTIVAL PARTNERSHIP (Switzerland)
World Projects partnered with the Jungfrau Music Festival in 2013 and sent six university level ensembles from North America and one European ensemble to the event. These ensembles had the opportunity
2012 LONDON CELEBRATION MUSIC FESTIVAL (United Kingdom)
World Projects produced the London Celebration Music Festival in July, 2012, which ran parallel to the London 2012 Olympic Games. Participating groups performed not only at points along the Olympic
2011 CHINESE YOUTH MUSIC FESTIVAL (Los Angeles, California)
The Chinese Youth Music Festival was produced by World Projects due to a high level of demand from Chinese music ensembles to perform at the world class Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles.
2009 WASBE CONFERENCE (Cincinnati, Ohio)
World Projects handled all attendee registration arrangements for the 2009 WASBE conference and produced the Conference Fringe Festival. The Fringe Festival saw groups perform at venues all throughout the greater
Beijing 2008 Olympic Orchestra
The Beijing 2008 Olympic Orchestra is a grand scale event designed to enrich the lives of the student musicians who participate.
Encompassing 2008 musicians from 40 countries, the “B 2008 OO” has as a goal to
2007 WASBE CONFERENCE (Killarney, Ireland)
World Projects is the Preferred Travel Partner of the World Association for Symphonic Bands & Ensembles (WASBE) and this relationship was sparked when World Projects sent wind ensembles to perform at the
2001 WORLD UNIVERSITY GAMES MARCHING BAND (Beijing, China)
As a precursor to the 2008 Beijing Olympics, World Projects produced the marching band that performed during the Opening Ceremony of the 2001 World University Games. Musicians came from the South
2000 SYDNEY OLYMPIC BAND (Australia)
Youth musicians from across the world came together in Sydney, Australia, to perform an integral part of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony. The band consisted of 1,000 Australian musicians with the remaining
EXPO ’88 (Brisbane, Australia)
In 1988 World Projects was selected to represent the entertainment division of EXPO ’88 in auditioning and touring North American groups to EXPO and around Australia. The development of over forty North American