We are delighted that Luis and Child’s Play were invited to be a part of the INK Conference at Lavasa (Dec 9-12, 2010). Luis addressed the conference on Saturday December 11 and shared with the audience the story of how Child’s Play began and what can be made possible through
Artemisia; Vanessa D’Souza, Mr. Thornhill; Francis Fernandes; Lucretia Barreto; and Ms. Isabel Santa Rita Vas: to all of you, a huge thank you for donations of instruments, or monetary donations toward the purchase of them. You have helped us a great deal!
We welcome further donations of violins, whatever their condition.
We are looking for student violins (1/4, 1/2 size and full-size). We welcome donations of new or used, in-good-condition instruments.
If you’ve got one lying in some corner of your house, or know someone who does, PLEASE get in touch!
Experienced flamenco dance instructor Sanna Lehtinen will conduct a 2 hour workshop on Monday 21 December 2009 at Casa da Moeda,Panjim Goa, commencing at 5 pm, in support of Child’s Play India Foundation.
Limited places available. Please leave a comment to contact us or for further details.
Child’s Play invites musicians and singers to participate in World Busk (8-14 June, 2009) to raise funds for Musequality and Child’s Play.
The busk will take place throughout one week – starting on Monday 8 June and finishing with a day for young musicians – and an attempt to
Creating excellence and opportunity through music.
Please visit our website www.childsplayindia.org for more information on our work.
Calling all string players.
If you’re in Goa (or anywhere in India) or are planning a trip to India, come and visit us. We’re looking for experienced and enthusiastic string players to teach the children in our project. If you have a background in teaching, even better.
Watch a trailer of the wonderful El Sistema project in action in an award winning film Tocar y Luchar (To Play and To Fight).Then, go buy the DVD.
The Child’s Play Foundation is looking for partner NGOs in India – in Goa or Mumbai.
What we are looking for:
– An established NGO or school that works with underprivileged children.
– The organisation should have a track record in providing