ICOPR's outreach program benefits children throughout Puerto Rico, sharing the message of peace, unity and brotherhood through the power of music. During the two week festival, the ICOPR performed and gave masterclasses for over 1,000 children.
After listening to a performance of with members of the International Chamber Orchestra of Puerto Rico, school children have the opportunity to interact with members of the orchestra.
Nearly 200 school children from Mayagüez interacted with ICOPR artists and young artists in outreach events and masterclasses. From top, left to right: Jill Cimasko (USA), Amy Sanchez, (USA), Danira Rodriguez, (PR), Saki Uetsuhara (Japan), Tim Berte (France), Mindy Heinsohn (PR).
350 students and adults from the Centros Sor Isolina Ferré in Ponce, Caimito & Guayama traveled to PUCPR in Ponce to listen and interact with the artists of ICOPR. They listened to the music of Beethoven, Mozart, Haydn and Grieg and shared in intimate conversations with Maestro Emilio Colón. After the concert, the children were invited to meet the artists and their instruments.
From top, left to right: Tim Berte (France), James Vandemark, (USA), Sonja Kraus, (Germany), Rebecca Hang (Germany), Jose Fabian Rosa Santos (PR), Jesus Ramos (PR), Joseam Cuadrado & Danira Rodriguez (PR).
Boys and Girls Club of Puerto Rico
Centros Sor Isolina Caimito, Ponce & Guayama
Colegio de Educación Especial & Rehabilitación Integral
Puerto Rico Down Syndrome Foundation
Conservatorio de Música de Puerto Rico
Escuela de Bellas Artes de Carolina
St. John’s School
Escuela Libre de Música Ernesto Ramos Antonini de Mayagüez
Escuela Elemental Segundo Ruiz Belvis
Southwestern Educational Society (SESO)
Escuela Elemental Castillo
Escuela Luis Muñoz Rivera
Escuela Manuel A. Barreto
Escuela de Bellas Artes de Trujillo Alto
Escuela Libre de Música Hato Rey
Lovely Little Einsteins Preschool
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Puerto Rico
Public housing residents: Arístides Chavier & Pedro Rosaly
Monday, January 30, 2017
Friday, February 3, 2017
Saturday, February 6 • 1:30pm
Friday, February 5 • 1:30pm