The music stops to overcome material poverty. With leadership and commitment can change the world. Jose Antonio Abreu is now the winner of the 2009 TED Prize, awarded annually to three outstanding people for a wish to change the world . Some previous winners are: Bono, Dr. Larry Brilliant, former President Clinton, Bill Gates, Jane Goodall and writer Dave Eggers, among others. Maestro Abreu has managed to turn your desire into reality, thanks to an impressive management skills and outstanding leadership. Founder and director of a Sistemaa is transforming the lives of 300,000 children and low-income youth in Venezuela.
Maestro Abreu and a The system ‘: National System of Youth and Children Orchestras of Venezuela have been awarded numerous prizes. A few days ago, the World Economic Forum in Davos was awarded the Crystal Award. In 2008, Master System and received the most significant awards and awards: Prince of Asturias of the Arts, the International Awards Puccini, Glenn Gould Prize, the UNICEF Award, Gabriela Mistral and the Alternative Nobel Prize. The personal revolution, social and family generated from the music can be replicated throughout Latin-america – News ResultsMexican Independence Day: Across Latin America, bicentennial parties abound The Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo! News – 7 hours agoProsperity in Latin America not trickling down to the poor and working class Miami Herald – Sep 14 10:28amAspen Targets Latin America for Acquisitions, Awaits Sigma Vote, Saad Says Bloomberg – Sep 15 06:29am’>Latin America. Where the time the child takes an instrument with a teacher, still a child pobrea and low-income students are now scattered around the world, conducting world-class orchestras, such as the Master Gustavo Dudamel now director of the Philharmonic Orchestra of Los Angeles.