FOSC as an expression of the cultural life of Carabobo society, contributes with the intellectual, social, cultural and spiritual development of children, adolescents and adults, of all the groups and sectors that comprise it, through the cultivation, dissemination and teaching of symphonic music with high levels of excellence and as mechanism of social integration. [mission of the FOSC]
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Beats and Books is a non-profit music organization based in South Africa that facilitates community transformations by creating enabling environments where children thrive musically, intellectually, and spiritually. [mission of Beats & Books]
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The Association for Research and Social Studies (ASIES) is a private, non-profit think tank. Their mission is to contribute to strengthening the democratic rule of law and the comprehensive development of Guatemala through research and advocacy. Their vision is to be a leading think tank in the articulation of viable solutions to problems of the national reality. [source: http://www.asies.org.gt/quienes-somos/]
Since ASIES is the parent organization of the Orquesta Sinfónica Juvenil Intercultural (OSJI), a promoter of the parent organization, the events and timelines of both partnerships can be viewed under the “OSJI” section of this page. This is to reduce redundancy and allow for a smoother browsing experience for our users.
The Intercultural Youth Symphony Orchestra of Guatemala is a sociocultural project which since 2013 promotes the Association of Research and Social Studies (ASIES). promote and strengthen the academic training of young Guatemalan musicians, of both sexes, aged 14 to 30 years, ladino and indigenous, from the different departments of the country, through the realization of camps of professionalization or musical improvement, with the support of expert international music directors and teachers, as well as directors and Guatemalan musical assistant teachers, all with experience working with orchestras juveniles.
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AdagioX is a visual learning platform that helps music students easily learn and remember critical music education information through the collaboration of art, story, and visual learning. Their goal is twofold: To build a modern, reliable, and consistent music education curriculum with an innovative UI experience and to expand from music eduaction to a wide range of fine arts education verticals. Their vision is to be the world’s leading producer and provider of music education information, learning, and entertainment.
Since our partnership with AdagioX just began this past March, our focus is working and collaborating on creative, holistic ideas for future projects.
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