5,000 young people
One only voice
A message that should be heard
An unprecedented concert
From December 02 to 12, the 25th Summit of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, COP25, will be held in Spain.
FUNDECUA, Foundation for Development, Culture and Art, will produce and direct an unprecedented mega event. Children and young people from all over the world will join through music as a call to action to save the world they receive.
The Symphonic March of Children and Youth for Climate is a large-scale global event, basing its pillars on art, sustainability, diversity and awareness of the Climate, supported and sponsored by the COP 25 itself (Framework Convention of the United Nations on Climate Change).
This movement of children and young people is INDEPENDENT, and does not have financing from the COP, nor financial contributions from national, provincial or municipal states. Most of the participating children in Latin America are beneficiaries of social programs, since they come from vulnerable sectors.
On Saturday, December 7, we did perform an unprecedented MEGA EVENT, of a multicultural nature and of great international impact. CHILDREN from around the WORLD join through MUSIC as a CALL TO ACTION, to save the world they receive. The concert held in an unprecedented setting, in 360 ° where children and young people from 5 continents performed a repertoire in common, in parallel.
The repertoire included world music from each of the participating countries and will base their axes on Climate Change, care of the planet, sustainability, recycling and awareness for “A PLANET IN HARMONY’ ’.
The contribution vouchers are intended to cover the costs of transportation, clothing, and production of the event.
Join us to fight climate change
The Symphony March of Children and Youth for Climate will consist of a large-scale World Festival, basing its pillars on art, sustainability, diversity and awareness of the Climate, supported and sponsored by the very COP 25, Framework Convention of the United Nations on Climate Change.
The Festival will have a contingent of children and young people from Argentina, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Paris, South Africa and Brazil, to which participants from other American countries will be added, with a total of 5000 children and youth from all the world.
The repertoire will include works characteristic of each of the participating countries and will base their axes on Climate Change, care of the planet, sustainability, recycling and awareness for a planet in harmony.