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Passion between street dance and classical music – take a look
Rasmus Sundqvist, one of the participants in our workshop ”Leadership as an Act of Passion” sent us a link with this comment:
“My two main passions are people and music. My life and work is constantly revolving around these two subjects, building bridges and making connections to highlight the things that tie us all together and bring meaning to our lives.”.
Rasmus is currently studying Work and Organizational Psychology at Gothenburg University, as well as running a monthly club night and DJing under the name Rainbow Bridges.
The video is of a duet with cellist Yo-Yo Ma, one of the most prolific classical musicians in the world, and the street dancer Lil Buck. After seeing a video of Lil Buck on YouTube, a friend of Yo-Yo Ma brought them together to perform together at an event to bring the arts back into schools. They now work together regularly.