Euchar was appointed Artistic Director at Waterloo Festival in 2018 and St John's Waterloo in 2019.
Waterloo Festival is an annual celebration of art, music, hertiage and ideas on the South Bank fringe. It is a showcase for fresh and emerging talent from Waterloo and all over the world as well as a platform for effective discussion and healthy debates. Visit the Festival's website here.
St John's Waterloo is an arts-community venue on the South Bank, hosting a variety of creative happenings, social justice campaigns and community events. It is also home to Southbank Sinfonia. Through 'Re-Ignite 2021', the venue will be redeveloped into an accessible, open and contemporary state-of-the-art space working with and for professional and amateur artists and the community of Lambeth and London. Visit St John's website here.
St John's Waterloo, London | Photo: Eleanor Bentall for St John's Waterloo
Conversations on Press Freedom
A series of five articles celebrating World Press Freedom Day, back in 2020. The articles feature interviews with Alessandra Galloni (Reuters), Rebecca Vincent (Reporters Without Borders), James Hatts (SE1 News) and former journalist Shanon Shah.
An audio-tour of the South Bank site as it looked at the Festival of Britain of 1951. Led by Alan Powers and Elain Harwood, of the Twentieth Century Society, and accompanied by Nick Rampley, former Vice-Principal at Morley College, and Euchar Gravina, Artistic Director at Waterloo Festival. Sound engineered by Morley Radio. This is part of a series of podcast episodes around Waterloo Festival.
L-Investigaturi tal-Muzika, part of the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra's continuous efforts to bring music closer to younger audiences, is an edutainment series of 15-minutes episodes delving into aspects of orchestral music. Euchar was featured in Episode 7.