Fundraising and Associativity
Share best practices on the issue of fundraising for the sustainability of the musical project in the short, medium and long term.
Hacia dónde vamos
Eduardo Méndez, Executive Director
From an early age he began to study violin at the El Sistema Nucleus in Mérida. He was a teacher and violinist for the Simón Bolívar Orchestra. Since 2003, he has held the positions of Head of the Academic Division, National Director of Nuclei and Sectorial Academic Musical Director.
Anis Barnat, co-founder of El Sistema Greece
Anis is a multi-cultural citizen of the world with experience and journeys in the private sector, public administration, private-public institutions. A social entrepreneur committed to a core life’s mission as co-founder of El Sistema Greece, Anis believes in community arts projects as a tool for social inclusion.
Nikoletta Polydorou, she has been working as a Music Instructor in the most disadvantaged schools in Nicosia
Nikoletta Polydorou is a Social Music Educator with a PhD in Music Education. Since 2011 she has been working as a Music Instructor in the most disadvantaged schools in Nicosia, that fall within the Ministry of Education’s “School and Social Inclusion Actions” Programme. In addition, Nikoletta works as a Scientific Collaborator at the European University of Cyprus.
Gisela Flanigan, Directora Ejecutiva de Sistema Global
La Dra. Gisela Flanigan es pianista y músico de cámara que ha actuado en festivales internacionales en Italia, Francia, España, Estados Unidos y Sudamérica, destacando sus apariciones en solitario con la Orquesta Sinfónica de Maracaibo y la Orquesta Sinfónica Simón Bolívar. Ha presentado recitales en DePaul University, en Chicago, y Drake University, así como recitales en Caracas, Venezuela, en el Instituto Universitario de Estudios Musicales (Iudem) y en el Conservatorio Nacional de Música Simón Bolívar.
Modelo: Sistema Global
País: Rep. Dominicana
Modelo: Fiesta Clásica
Enrique Márquez, Director of Music Interlochen Center for the Arts
Highly trained as a performing musician, Enrique Márquez presented his Carnegie Hall debut recital in 2005. He has served as principal viola of The Orchestra of the Americas and the Jeunesses MusicalesWorld Orchestra, performing in over 25 countries in the Americas, Asia and Europe with Kurt Masur, Lorin Maazel, Gustavo Dudamel and Valery Gergiev. He has worked in development programs through music education in Haiti, the Dominican Republic, England, Mexico and Venezuela.