This wonderful project was born from the agreement between Sinfonía por el Perú, and the Fundación Nacional Batuta de Colombia, with the financing of the Peru Colombia Binational Fund —administered by the Inter-American Development Bank—, and with the support of the Donors Sinfonía program.
This ambitious project seeks to strengthen the Amazonian identity shared by the communities involved in Caballococha in Peru, Leticia, and Puerto Nariño in Colombia, promoting the integral development of children and adolescents in the community, reinforcing the ties of interculturality in the border area of Brazil, Peru and Colombia, and strengthening the personal and musical capacities of the beneficiaries of our organization.
Finally, stage 1 culminates with the training workshops of installed capacities, where 10 beneficiaries of the Núcleo Caballococha were able to live a wonderful experience through the artistic residence in Lima, which aimed to strengthen the vocal area and the musical repertoire that allows them to have an adequate preparation for the concert in Leticia (Colombia) and that of Caballococha, held in November. In addition, it was sought to link the beneficiaries through experiential experiences with visits to the nuclei, participating and observing the development of the rehearsals of other casts.
In the artistic residency, leadership workshops were held to strengthen trust and respect for all.Also contemplating the development of global competencies by specialists with experience of working with indigenous peoples, rural and / or border populations, in which the development of leadership and social skills, positive self-perception of themselves, and the strengthening of the philosophy of being agents of change for society were emphasized and deepened.
Relive with us the workshop of installed capacities in by clicking on our audiovisual material: Sounds of the Border was developed in two phases, and in its first stage meetings of inter-institutional pedagogical consultation and teacher strengthening were held, which was partially carried out in March. Subsequently, workshops on choral strengthening and musical initiation were held: held during the month of April in Caballococha, Leticia and Puerto Nariño.
Artistic residency and concerts in Leticia, and Caballococha.
The artistic residency in Leticia was held from October 31 to November 4, and was attended by 50 beneficiaries and 4 companions of our team of coordinators and directors of Symphony for Peru.The activity culminated with a wonderful concert on Saturday, November 5 in the morning, to continue with the itinerary of activities scheduled for November 6, where another free concert was held in Caballococha, financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Peru and by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Colombia. and co-organized by Batuta, where our talented beneficiaries showed off their musical skills before the entire audience.
For this last musical activity, we had the presence of Maria Claudia Parias Durán, executive president of the Batuta National Foundation, and as representative of the Inter-American Development Bank we were accompanied by Cristina San Roman Vucetich. The concert was also attended by Gabriela Perona, executive director of Sinfonía por el Perú, Elizabeth Parodi, Coordinator of the Sonidos de la Frontera project, Yoicy Baneo, director of the Núcleo Caballococha, and the team of project coordinators and pedagogical coordinators of Sinfonía.In addition, we have the pleasant presence of Rodolfo Díaz, mayor of the city of Caballococha; Licette Moros, Financial Manager at Fundación Batuta and Ramón Gonzáles, Cast Coordinator, who conducted the concert.
Sounds of the Border was developed in two phases, and in its first stage meetings of inter-institutional pedagogical agreement and teacher strengthening were held, which was partially carried out in March. Subsequently, workshops on choral strengthening and musical initiation were held: held during the month of April in Caballococha, Leticia and Puerto Nariño.
We want to thank the Batuta Foundation of Colombia, the Inter-American Development Bank, the Foreign Ministries of Peru and Colombia, the Municipality of Caballococha, and all our institutional allies, for making these events possible. At the same time, we extend our thanks to the fathers, brigade mothers, to the communities involved, to our great symphony team, and to all those who allowed Sonidos de la Frontera to be carried out successfully.
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