Sustainability – Here comes the Peruvian music!

The “Symphony for Peru” program of the Peruvian lyrical tenor Juan Diego Flórez is creating a profound change in that South American country. Interview with Latin Trade.   By Santiago Gutiérrez Sometimes deep changes are formed in unexpected ways. For example, this is happening in Peru with the initiative being led by the world famous lyrical tenor Juan Diego Flórez. Gaston Acurio, with the development of a new Peruvian cuisine, has made clear a lifelong professional and personal panorama for hundreds of young people in his country who now form part of the army of people maintaining local gastronomy as the best in the hemisphere. In five years, Juan Diego Flores has linked 6,000 low-income children to the “Symphony of […]

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