The discovery of an organ is a moment that one does not forget. David Rachet who conducts the Harmonie de Cambo and coordinates the l’Symphony Orchestra of the Basque Country validates the pedagogical interest of the discovery of an organ:
The idea is to research and propose a collaboration with Muzikarentzat the music school of Cambo
A new musical repertoire that will lead to a common annual concert. This will be an opportunity for the harmony ensemble from the music school to extend its capabilities to other genres of music and to enrich its repertoire in a motivating way.
Setting up of an organ class in collaboration with Muzikarentzat the music school of Cambo.
Or new organ, as a quality instrument will be accessible to them under conditions to be defined (partnership agreement for the weekly use of the instrument, auditions, end of year concert of the pupils. . . ).
Development of a focal point (possibly with Ciboure and his great Dutch-style baroque organ) for the organ classes of the conservatories of Bayonne and St. Sebastian.
Discovery of baroque music and the universe of the baroque style. The artistic movement of musical renewal was born in Italy in Rome, Mantua, Venice and Florence from the middle of the XVIᵉ century and ended in the middle of the XVIIIᵉ century. Baroque music appears at the begening of the XVIIᵉ century.