I have been coming to Majorca regularly for over 25 years , and one of the main attractions has been the variety and high quality of music on the island.

I spent much of my time in the UK as head of music at a large upper school so when I say that one of the great treasures of Majorca was the growth in size and professional skill of the Balearic Symphony Orchestra through the years, then you will understand that I probably know what I am talking about.

To take this treasure and to now financially strangle it is to commit a shortsighted sin.
We, and some of our friends, come many times to Majorca specifically for its music.
In these financially challenging times the island needs such tourism; how shortsighted it is to keep killing the geese which lay the golden eggs.
Steve Riches
Northampton, UK


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