The witness-show “Dissonanze in Accordo” came back on stage overseas. On December the 14th the University of St. Michael’s College hosted personal stories of pain, but also hope, counted by youngsters who came from conflict contexts all around the world and lived the experience of the Citadel of Peace. A real live narration, with the musical accompaniment of Oida – Orchestra Instabile of Arezzo and of the musicians of the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Music.
With the orchestra, playing a musical repertoire linked to the historic events of the last century, the young witnesses explained how an enemy can be transformed into a human just like them.
The event was introduced by the welcome speech of David Sylvester, President and Vice-Chancellor University of St. Michael’s College and by the introduction of Allyson Larkin, Associate Professor Social Justice and Peace Studies at King’s University College.