Music should not be a privilege for few ones! It is a universal language and that why it is important for mankind to have access to music and culture!
Social commitment in communities that lack music because they don’t belong to the priveleged therefor is very important for us. We have visited conservatories and schools, where few teachers with little knowledge of music do wonderful work for their community. There we have given workshops and lessons to enforce their commitment to music education. We have met wonderful people. We have played concerts on very simple pianos or even electronic keyboards, in places where a piano was impossible to find, in order to motivate people to live their passion for music and to dedicate themselves to music and education, even if it is difficult. Visiting schools, where children could listen to classical music for the first time in their lives and meeting with their wonderful culture in exchange has been a unique experience. In order to be able to do that we have been lucky to find some private sponsorship by crowdfunding or in some cases even governmental support to be able to go and visit those communities.
We are planning to do more projects in the future.
If you are a (music)institution interested, in having us in your place, in order to teach or perform and meet
people please don’t hesitate to contact us! That could even be via internet.
If you want to support our commitment with sponsorship or even a small amount please don’t hesitate to
contact us! You can donate here: Paypal
If you want to share ideas about social projects in your country, we would love to hear them!
We have been very lucky to meet a lot of wonderful people who helped us to do the projects and to meet wonderful people in different places who have been a great inspiration to us.
We would like to thank:
Prof. Dr. Anastasia Lauterbach
Secretaría de cultura de Michoacán
Instituto de Bellas Artes Pátzcuaro
Conservatorio de las Rosas
Centro Nacional de las Artes, México
Kathmandu Jazz Conservatory
Ana Maria Ruano Hurtado
Secretaría de Cultura del Estado de México
Conservatorio de Música del Estado de México
Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas