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.
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.
Mexico’s National Institute of Fine Arts, Secretary of Culture, and the Arturo Márquez Foundation partnered with the Gustavo Dudamel Foundation to create a four-day intensive Art and Citizenship workshop for young musicians from across the Americas.
In cooperation with the Hilti Foundation and El Sistema Sweden, the Gustavo Dudamel Foundation was proud to support a Nobel Day of Music on Friday, December 8th. As part of the occasion, musical performances were given in communities across Sweden from morning to night, culminating in the Nobel Prize Concert that evening.
The Gustavo Dudamel Foundation is pleased to form a partnership with ORA, makers of the world's first graphene headphones. Together we will provide children of diverse backgrounds with access to quality listening experiences. The partnership is inspired by the belief that the art of listening is fundamental to peace, harmony and understanding in our world.
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.