The Fraternity without Borders Orchestra is formed by children as young as 7 years old and teenagers up to 17 years old in a socially vulnerable situation in Campo Grande – MS are the target audience of this project. They can get to know and play eight types of instruments: violin, string viola, cello, double bass, flute, clarinet, trumpet, and saxophone.
The classes are held in the project’s partner venues, on alternate days. As they evolve, they become part of the Young Emmanuel Philharmonic Orchestra. The contact with music awakens new values and often transforms relationships with school, family, and friends.
The classes take place nowadays in four poles and has about 75 students.
The Fraternity without Borders Orchestra performs in corporate events, class entities, public agencies, educational and charity institutions. The presentations generate rewarding experiences for the young people and thrill the audience.