DUDAMEL: Let the Children Play Premiere Event in Theaters

June 7, 2011

Can’t make it to LA to see Gustavo Dudamel in person? Join fans in movie theaters nationwide on Thursday, June 23rd and experience DUDAMEL: Let the Children Play Premiere Event. Captured in seven different countries, this event provides a glimpse into the world of orchestras, conducting, and the importance of music as a hopeful path to face the educational crisis worldwide. Inspired by “El Sistema”, the Venezuelan musical and educational program which immerses children in the world of music, art, teamwork, discipline, creativity and high values, Gustavo Dudamel brings us on a journey through the stories of some of the young lives who have been touched by the joys of music.

The two-hour event will also include “Crescendo: Why Music is Life,” a special 20-minute CNN en Español production that chronicles the importance of music in children’s lives and explores the role of music in society. Well-known Latin singers, musicians and CNN en Español anchors – including Emilio Estefan, Daisy Fuentes, Lady Gaga, Luis Enrique and more – share insights about their enduring relationship with music, from their earliest memories to the impact it continues to have on their lives today.

Download the event guide here: http://letthechildrenplayonthebigscreen.com/wp-content/themes/ltcp/images/event-guide.pdf

Watch the trailer here:

Discover why rhythm, harmony and melody are essential to the beat of life, and why music is at the very core of all humanity.

Visit http://www.fathomevents.com to purchase your tickets, or click on the “buy tickets” button below. Limited seats are available so get your tickets today!

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