Aren’t we all going through a hard time right now? I am sure many of you out there are currently struggling with an issue or two, especially during these hard times and under these extreme circumstances. People are self-quarantining, people are scared and some people are finding it hard to cope.
The novel coronavirus pandemic has so far not shown signs of slowing down. Getting sensitive to the unprecedented situation, people around the world are gradually resigning to extraordinary measures such as lockdowns and social distancing.
Social distancing and staying at home can be boring and sometimes stressful for people. People cannot avoid being isolated but they definitely can avoid being stressed. Creative people may be able to have enough time to first have some novel ideas during a novel situation and to materialise
Offices empty, restaurants and cafes closed, performance venues dark, schools and universities shut down. Across the world, numerous industries have entered a state of suspended animation, imposing a sharp and involuntary brake on the working lives of millions of people.
It is time to stay at home. People are forced to observe social distancing and work from home. The circumstances are no different for the people who reside in the world of Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra (QPO).