Sinfonía por el Perú was founded by the Peruvian tenor Juan Diego Flórez to benefit disadvantaged children in his country.
In very little time, and through the power of music, participants develop a higher self-esteem, greater tenacity to achieve goals, increased creativity and better ways of living together in society, according to a rigorous impact assessment conducted by the Bureau of Studies for Development - GRADE
Help us with your donation and sing ¡ A symphony for Peru with us!Who makes up Sinfonía por el Perú?
After getting to know the Venezuelan project, the Peruvian tenor takes over a personal commitment to bring the experience to his country, obtaining the support of José Antonio Abreu, founder of the system in Venezuela. He sets the vision and develops actions at national and international level, which make the project reach increasingly more beneficiaries in Peru.
Opera critic and cultural event promoter. He is responsible for establishing partnerships necessary to finance the project and to expand it to all peoples in Peru.
Sound technician and artistic event promoter/organizer. She organizes the project’s structure and support team. She is also responsible for establishing new musical training cores groups and ensures the quality of their management.
Conductor of orchestra and Spanish pianist, responsible for the establishment of Venezuelan system adapted to Spanish reality. The quality, method and artistic planning is his responsibility, thus ensuring the essence, mission and vision of the project.
It is the musical training unit where the project is developed in a Peruvian town. It serves between 100 and 200 children in choirs, orchestras, and for some cores, in jazz bands.
Within the core groups, achievements can only be obtained if there is teamwork thus developing tolerance, perseverance, responsibility, but especially self-esteem when a child feels valued by their peers and becomes his her family’s pride.
There are currently over 3000 beneficiaries in 12 cores, a luthier’s Workshop and a Symphony Orchestra and Young's Choir where representatives from all cores demonstrate their progress to the public and people like you can help.
Appoints Juan Diego Flórez as a “UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador» in recognition of his dedication and initiatives related to social inclusion and education 2012.
Grants Juan Diego Flórez, President of Sinfonía por el Perú, the Crystal Awards for offering his work as a catalyzer to improve the state of the world 2014.
To Sinfonía por el Perú for educating, through music, children and youth from vulnerable populations on skills, positive attitudes and values that are reflected on the society as a whole 2014.