We create teaching-learning spaces in an environment of trust, good treatment and healthy coexistence, which ensures the physical and emotional safety of the beneficiaries. Our training activities are characterized by being spaces where the beneficiaries actively participate and feel part of an inclusive community free of any form of discrimination.
The center, module or ensemble is an agent for the co-creation of processes of social transformation of the community through art. Through our training actions, we promote reciprocity, active participation and social commitment.
Create community and create with the community.
We provide quality musical training seeking that the beneficiaries develop their maximum potential in the different artistic dimensions: execution, appreciation and creation. To achieve this, it is necessary to encourage the development of authentic motivation in the beneficiaries, motivation that allows them to persevere in the long musical path.
Our understanding of the individual is comprehensive and therefore we encourage them to develop skills other than music and that serve them for life.
Our artistic work dynamic is collective and collaborative.
The training processes are prepared taking into account the individual characteristics (physical, emotional, social, family and cultural) of each beneficiary.
We consider and respect each beneficiary as an individual with their own characteristics, abilities and interests. We value and recognize both your achievement of goals and the steps in your process of constant growth, a process that you enjoy and give them satisfaction.
It is the most widespread program of Sinfonía por el Perú, since it is implemented in every center or module. In this, the beneficiaries develop the proposed learning by applying and seeking to master the vocal technique. The applied repertoire is mainly Peruvian, although Latin American and universal music works are also included.
It is a musical training program in which our beneficiaries learn to play and master symphony orchestra instruments. First they learn together with their peers in the specialty, and then they join general rehearsals. The repertoire varies between Peruvian, Latin American and universal music.
It is the program that serves the youngest beneficiaries of Sinfonía por el Perú: from 5 to 7 years old. In this, through singing, games and psychomotor work activities, the aim is to develop the expression and musicality of girls and boys. In this development, auditory training and musical pre-reading stand out.
In this program, wind and percussion instruments are mainly used to form medium-sized group formats such as the big band, which is also part of the world of jazz and encourages the development of musical improvisation.
It is a musical program that takes advantage of different cultural manifestations of Peru through the use of ensembles made up of instruments and genres of national musical expressions. The Puro Perú groups are diverse: the student group, the guitar ensemble, the percussion ensemble, among others.
This program focuses on training young people in the art of making plucked string instruments, such as guitars, charangos and others, as well as bowed string instruments, such as violins, violas, etc. These instruments are part of two programs of instrumental casts of Sinfonía por el Perú: the orchestras and the Puro Perú groups.
Sinfonía por el Perú has main casts made up of outstanding musicians —women and men— from the different nuclei of the organization. These are the natural consequence of the collective work in the centers and reinforce the values of the intervention: the Children's Choir, the Youth Choir, the Children's Orchestra and the Youth Orchestra.
This is a program dedicated to integrating the different areas of special education through a musical training process. It can be developed in any of the Sinfonía por el Perú centers to provide learning and inclusion opportunities to the population with special educational needs through the use of music as a tool to promote and strengthen self-esteem, confidence, respect, solidarity and comprehensive development. The PEE serves young people with disabilities, who receive training focused on their strengths, and according to their skills in an instrument and grouping.