We’re back in El Salvador for the third training week in our program Soy Música. We are training 35 Salvadoran music teachers and community facilitators to become community music leaders, and use music as a tool to promote inclusion and social harmony among thousands of children in El Salvador.
This week, we began the second phase of our Soy Música training in El Salvador with good energy and music making. We expect a full and intense week ahead of new experiences in community music leadership!
This program is in partnership with Unicef El Salvador and the Ministerio de Educación E.S. http://mwb.to/soymusica #MusicConnects
We are training 35 music teachers and community facilitators in community music leadership, reaching out to thousands of children across the country, and using music for inclusion and social harmony.
This program is in partnership with Unicef El Salvador and the Ministerio de Educación E.S.
For more information: http://mwb.to/soymusica
In March we were invited by Unicef El Salvador and the Ministerio de Educacion E.S. to assess the needs and structure for a community music leadership training in El Salvador. The aim is to address the high level of violence in the country and reach thousands of children using music as a tool for community building, reducing violence, and bringing hope.
During the week we visited several community and cultural centers, running workshops with children, and structuring the program to start later this year.
We would like to thank the following centers for welcoming and sharing their music with us:
Centro Cultural Pablo Tesak,
Centro Arte para la Paz,
Centro de Arte y Cultura, Escuela de Música “Paco Cutumay”