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What is a center?

It is an educational, artistic and social training center where all the instrumental and choral programs are carried out. These centers have a social function, since they use music as a transformation tool in three areas: educational, personal and family. 

The centers serves beneficiaries from the age of 5.

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What is a module?

It is the extension of the musical center that seeks to summon children and young people in order to expand the impact of our program in more remote areas.

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Calls

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Participate in our calls!

Sinfonía por el Perú is a non-profit organization led by Peruvian tenor Juan Diego Flórez. Throughout its first 12 years, it has impacted the lives of more than 30,000 children and adolescents; as well as in their families. Currently, it serves more than 6,400 beneficiaries in 10 regions of the country, in our different musical programs.

To be part of our organization, it is not necessary to have musical knowledge, since they will begin their training at Sinfonía por el Perú. Classes are taught daily in our centers, modules, programs and main ensembles, located throughout the country and registration, as well as participation, are totally free.

The new beneficiaries will participate in the Musical Initiation program, according to their age.

To be part of our organization, it is not necessary to have musical knowledge, since our beneficiaries begin their training in Sinfonía por el Perú.

Classes are given daily in our centers, modules, programs and main ensembles, located throughout the country and enrollment, as well as participation, are completely free.

The new beneficiaries will participate in the Musical Initiation program, according to their age.

This program strengthens the fundamental learning skills of the new beneficiaries of Sinfonía por el Perú, such as musicality, musical notation and choral practice. Through the program and the collective practice of music, participants develop in its various dimensions, such as social, instrumental, cognitive and emotional.

In the case that they are interested in participating in a specialty program, such as choral, orchestral, band or “Puro Peru”, it will be necessary for the interested beneficiary to be evaluated after participating in the Musical Initiation Program.

We do not offer instrument lessons to new beneficiaries.

For those interested in the Lutheran Program and the Special Education Program, please contact the coordinators of each program for more information:

Special Education Program:

diana.buleje@sinfoniaporelperu.org

 

Lutherie Program:

jacobfaidul.armas@sinfoniaporelperu.org

Requirements to participate in the call process of the Musical Initiation Program:

  • Be between 5 to 15 years old.
  • The center or module must have an active call for applications. For us to activate a call, the site must announce that it has vacancies and the announcement will be made in our official channels, inviting parents or guardians to visit the site to register the interested party.
  • The family must be a resident of a district close to the site of interest, as their commitment to attend classes is important. If he/she does not attend classes frequently, he/she will not be able to continue participating in that period and will have to enroll in another convocation process when the site has vacancies.
  • You must be available to attend classes two to three times a week (Monday through Friday), in the afternoons after 2 p.m. All Sinfonía por el Perú centers carry out their activities in the afternoons and we do not offer attention in the mornings.
  • The commitment of the families is very important, since they are our main allies so that our beneficiaries can attend and continue learning.

Call Process

All calls for applications will be announced in our official channels for a determined period of time, which will depend on the vacancies that each site has. Through this announcement, parents and interested parties are invited to visit the site so that they can get to know it, have the opportunity to request information and fill out the registration form.

After the call period ends, which can be between one to four weeks, the site team, made up of the director and coordinator, will verify that each form has the requested information and that those interested comply with the requirements indicated.
In each publication it is indicated when the results of the beneficiaries who entered will be published, the date of the first meeting with parents and guardians and which is the channel where these results will be communicated. The headquarters team will contact each selected family to summon them to the welcome meeting.

In the event that the child is not selected and meets the requirements, his/her data will be registered in the waiting list for the next call process.

For more information about the call for applications, you can contact each site. Each site has a specific schedule of attention in the afternoons from Monday to Friday.

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