Social Projects

Everyone has a right to music. That is why we collaborate with projects and organisations in promoting educational and sociocultural participation initiatives with a wide variety of groups (students, prison inmates, young people at risk of exclusion, and the elderly, among others). We do so with the aim of contributing to the democratisation of culture.



Musicians of the OSV give violin lessons to inmates of Lledoners Prison and the Young Offenders Centre of La Roca de Vallès. The project begins inside the centre, where young inmates are given the chance to have a break from their usual routine and get enthusiastic about something different. But once they are released in order to resume their lives, the project continues, helping them to reintegrate in society.


On the 250th anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven’s birth, we started a social project that brings together music and health, giving visibility to people who, like Beethoven, have hearing impairments. The JOGC (Jove Orquestra Graeme Clark – Graeme Clark Youth Orchestra) is a music project in which ten children and young people born with severe or profound deafness make music together thanks to cochlear implants. They participated in some of our events in the 2019-20 and 2020- 21 seasons.


We have taken music to several areas of the Parc Taulí Hospital in Sabadell. The goal is to help patients with their recovery, offer comfort to their relatives and contribute to improving the work environment in the hospital. We have implemented the project in partnership with the Fundació Música en Vena and with the Board of Trustees of the Parc Taulí Hospital in Sabadell.


This participatory music activity is aimed at organisations and social services devoted to people with intellectual disabilities, mental disorders or Alzheimer’s disease, as well as to their carers or relatives. We thus provide this cultural activity adapted to their special needs. In partnership with Apropa Cultura (Close to Culture) organisation.


People with intellectual disabilities shared the stage with us in 2018 at the Teatre La Faràndula in Sabadell and at the Palau de la Música Catalana in Barcelona. Thanks to the impetus of the Spanish Association of Symphony Orchestras (AEOS), and in partnership with the Plena Inclusión (Full Inclusion) network and the Fundació BBVA, we premiered “La flor más grande del mundo” (“The Biggest Flower in the World”), a musical piece by Emilio Aragón based on the story of the same name (“A Maior Flor do Mundo”) by José Saramago, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature. We showed that music is an instrument for personal development and social inclusion.