Argentina and Brazil inaugurate the international Latin American project ‘Consonancias’

In its first phase, the project will seek a cultural exchange between the countries of South America, inviting orchestral conductors, performers, soloists, and composers to disseminate the academic symphonic music of the American region.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The initiative aims to promote cultural exchange between the countries of South America, inviting orchestra conductors, performers, soloists, and composers to disseminate academic symphonic music from the American region.

On May 21, the international Latin American project "Consonancias" will be launched in Resistencia, beginning with the collaboration of Brazil and Argentina's orchestras, aiming to integrate cultural differences through an enhancement of South American symphonic ensembles in a framework of love and peace.

In its first phase, the project will seek a cultural exchange between the countries of South America, inviting orchestral conductors, performers, soloists, and . . .

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