Training the Next Generation of Global Leaders Through Music

Training the Next Generation of Global Leaders Through Music

This August 2019, the Gustavo Dudamel Foundation will collaborate with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra to train the next generation of global musicians through guided mentorship and performance. Furthering GDF’s mission to encourage intercontinental dialogue through music, 41 young musicians from around the world will perform Mahler’s Symphony No. 1, “The Titan” at the Castell de Peralada Festival on August 10. 

Gustavo Dudamel is PUC's first Artist-in-Residence

Gustavo Dudamel is PUC's first Artist-in-Residence

At the heart of Princeton University Concerts’ 125th Anniversary Season is a series of concerts and events centered around PUC’s first Artist-in-Residence, conductor Gustavo Dudamel. The maestro, currently the music director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, will visit the Princeton campus three times throughout the 2018-19 season in his first extended University residency: in December, January, and April. 

CELEBRATING THE LIFE AND LEGACY OF MAESTRO JOSE ANTONIO ABREU

CELEBRATING THE LIFE AND LEGACY OF MAESTRO JOSE ANTONIO ABREU

THE GUSTAVO DUDAMEL FOUNDATION, IN ASSOCIATION WITH CORPARTES, SANTIAGO (CHILE) present "A mi Maestro". From June 25th - 29th, the global music community came together in solidarity with Gustavo Dudamel to celebrate the life and legacy of Maestro José Antonio Abreu and his vision in the role of the arts as a force for social change, in Latin America and around the world.

The Gustavo Dudamel Foundation supports Creative Youth Development in Massachusetts

The Gustavo Dudamel Foundation supports Creative Youth Development in Massachusetts

The Foundation’s grant to the Mass Cultural Council will supplement the state agency’s support of 18 El Sistema-inspired youth music ensembles across Massachusetts, and support a community performance by these young musicians in Boston.