Musicians from different countries come together to promote the power of music for peace and universal values
As part of the activities of the 3rd Peace Integration Summit (CUMIPAZ 2017), a symphonic concert and educational event was carried out at the San Jose de Malambo Home and School, in Panama City.
The Symphonic Orchestra of the Global Embassy of Activists for Peace (OSEMAP), with more than 60 musicians from various countries, spent time with the children, of different ages, who belong to this institution, in an atmosphere of joy, participation, and learning.
The OSEMAP presented themselves as part of the program “The Power of music for the peace and happiness of the integral human being”, which promotes music as a tool in integral formation, to sow principles and values in the heart, in order to harmonize the individual with themselves, with others and with Mother Earth.
During the event, the GEAP carried out various dynamics to teach the children and youths the values of love, respect, honesty, as well as the care for the environment and how to work as a team for the construction of a better society.
The activity also included the delivery of LED bulbs with energy-saving batteries, which were installed in halls and corridors of the Home.
“It is a day of happiness, a day of love for Malambo; Malambo dresses of peace and values”, said Mrs. Ivone Fernandez, director of the school, who symbolically delivered the keys of the institution to the GEAP.
Gabriela Lara, director general of the GEAP, thanked the institution on behalf of the Executive President of the GEAP, William Soto Santiago, for the opportunity to hold this event. She told the board of directors and the students of the school, “We hope that following this event, we hope to see many musicians here in Panama”.
The OSEMAP will hold another presentation during the Inaugural Gala of CUMIPAZ 2017 – Panama, with the Peace Integration Symphonic Concert, to be carried out at the headquarters of the National Assembly, on Tuesday, October 17, at 8:00 pm. The entrance is free.