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P&C_S12_A1_Namkyu

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  1. 1. Public & Collaborative Services: Case StudyEl Sistema, The Simón Bolívar Music FoundationVenezuela: http://www.fesnojiv.gob.ve/, http://elsistemausa.org/DescriptionThe Simón Bolívar Music Foundation is an organization committed to socialdevelopment through an innovative and hope-instilling music education program,distinguished by its excellence and for having a positive impact on the communitieswhere it is implemented.Citizen RoleEl Sistema’s approach to music education emphasizes intensive ensemble participationfrom the earliest stages, group learning, peer teaching and a commitment to keeping thejoy and fun of musical learning and music making ever-present. The backbone of ElSistema student training is preparation for participation in orchestral ensembles, whichare at the soul of the Núcleo community and culture.Degrees of InvolvementYoung students who have a will to learn music instruments can involve the organization.They will join a program that teaches a specific instrument. Instructors of El Sistema aremusic professionals who currently play a certain instrument and mostly they are theformer student of the organization.Public RoleIn 2009, El Ssistema in partnership with the New England Conservatory of Music, theTED Prize, TED, and the Quincy Jones MusiQ Consortium, among others, establishedEl Sistema USA, a support and advocacy network that will grow to providecomprehensive information on El Sistema philosophy and methodology, and host avariety of resources that will aid those building, expanding and supporting El Sistemaprograms throughout the world.Service Diagram Active Recreation: Aly Blenkin, Namkyu Chun, Nelson Lo, Janet Lobberecht
  2. 2. Public & Collaborative Services: Case StudyEnabling SystemsMany begin attending their local El Sistema center, called a “nucleo” where the miraclemusical interaction sparks and the key of success for El Sistema, as early as age 2 or 3,with the vast majority continuing well into their teens; attending up to six days a week,three to four hours a day, plus retreats and intensive workshops.El Sistema’s approach to music education emphasizes intensive ensemble participationfrom the earliest stages, group learning, peer teaching and a commitment to keeping thejoy and fun of musical learning and music making ever-present. The backbone of ElSistema traning is preparation for participation in orchestral ensembles, which are thesoul of the nucleo community and culture.Role of Digital EnvironmentEl Sistema uses their website to share their vision and mission, to show their successfulcases, and to develop networks.Background / HistoryThe Simón Bolívar Music Foundation(SBMF) was established on February 20, 1979 withthe purpose of preparing highly qualified musicians and obtaining the finance required toexecute its plans, activities and programs.SBMF was founded in 1996 in order to promote and develop the youth and children’sorchestras formed or that may be formed by El Sistema across the country; as well as toimplement activities and programs aiming at the education and training of the orchestra’smembers. SBMF is attached to the Vice Presidency of the Bolivarian Republic ofVenezuela, for bringing individual benefits to youngsters and having a positive impact onthe family, the community and therefore, on the society.SBMF supports the Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela, the National Youthand Children’s Orchestra of Venezuela, the local and regional youth and children’s Active Recreation: Aly Blenkin, Namkyu Chun, Nelson Lo, Janet Lobberecht
  3. 3. Public & Collaborative Services: Case Studysymphony orchestras, the choral and chambers’ groups born in the bosom of ElSistema, as well as the academic and operational centers. From a functional,educational, artistic and administrative point of view, El Sistema is made up of Núcleosoperating in many cities and towns of Venezuela, thus integrating a complex andsystematic network encompassing more than 150 youth orchestras and 70 children’sorchestras.In the last two decades, the local professional symphony orchestras emerged from ElSistema have become independent state-funded organizations which have joinedtogether in the Federación de Orquestas Sinfónicas Regionales de Venezuela(Federation of Regional Symphony Orchestras of Venezuela). Active Recreation: Aly Blenkin, Namkyu Chun, Nelson Lo, Janet Lobberecht

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