“A Million Dreams” Concert – A fundraising event by Fundación Manos del Sur to benefit Las Tunas NGO

UPDATE: The concert has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.


On March 14th, a group of musicians and artists will share their talents at the “A Million Dreams” fundraising event in Miami (USA) organized by Manos del Sur, to benefit Las Tunas NGO.

Since 2016 we are one of the organizations that Manos del Sur supports, both receiving donations for us in the United States, and organizing fundraisers such as this one.

The event will be held at Crossbridge Church in Key Biscayne. Among those appearing at the concert will be the Barry University Chamber singers, The Superpower of ME Quartet, Andante Vocal Group and Kids, Los Ferneteros, and a special presentation by Gabriel Mores.

There will also be an art exhibition (and auction) that will feature the works of Isabel Brinck, Nahila Campos, William Gaber, Delma Garza, Agustin Di Luciano, Pilar Honorato, Veronica Pasman and Florencia Godward.

Tickets are available at: www.manosdelsur.org

The Camerata performed at the Yacht Club Argentino

The young musicians of the Las Tunas NGO Camerata are having a year of much practice and much learning. After having had their presentation at Usina del Arte, they offered a concert at the Yacht Club Argentino, on Wednesday, October 2.

It was a great concert, in a really amazing place such as the North Dock headquarters of the Argentine Yacht Club, and with a very warm audience.

They interpreted the following pieces:

  • Symphony No. 25 - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • Danzas Colombianas - León Rengifo
  • Hungarian Dance No. 5 - Brahms
  • Fuga y Misterio - Astor Piazzolla
  • El Día que me Quieras - Gardel / Le Pera


It was a great experience for everyone. We thank the Argentine Yacht Club and Board of Directors, Gloria del Viso (President of Culture), Jorge and Irene Jauregui, the Strategic Partners, Sponsors and Collaborators of Las Tunas NGO’s Youth Orchestra and all who attended, collaborated and helped us during this event.

Elio Martínez

Elio is 20 years old, he has been a clarinetist for Las Tunas NGO’s Youth Orchestra for more than 5 years.

He is attending the first year of Basic Training with clarinet orientation, at the Juan José Castro Conservatory.

As part of the Orchestra, Elio has instrument and musical language classes every week, as well as rehearsals every Saturday morning. In this video, he tells us what he values ​​most about Las Tunas NGO.