MUSICIANS

GLÁUCIA MACIEL

She began her study in music at the age of 14 at the Light Cultural Center which was located near her home in Morro da Providência. When she decided to play an instrument, the project only offered her violin, which was her great dream. When she asked to participate in the project, the conductor denied her entry because of her age, since the project was for small children. In tears she insisted and the conductor authorized her and her friends to participate. After a while the project ended up lacking sponsorship, but the young woman continued with the help of her teacher. She is currently studying for a degree at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO). It is through the Street Orchestra that she resists in attitudes working on musical democratization, teaching the children of Morro da Providência and keeping their studies with money they receive by passing the hat in the street and in the subway of Rio de Janeiro.

JÉSSICA D’ORNELLAS

She began her study in music in the social project Ação Social Pela Música (Social Action for Music) which is located near Morro dos Macacos where she lives. Her aunt enrolled her and at the time forced her to attend classes. She came in wanting to play the guitar, but they didn't offer classes on that instrument. From then on, she was introduced to the instruments: violin, viola, cello. She opted for the viola, an instrument that sounds lower than the violin and smaller than the cello. At first she did not like it, but as time went by she fell in love with it and that is what she leads her life with. Currently she is a student of viola at the Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO). It is through the Street Orchestra that Jéssica keeps her studies and her instrument with a lot of resistance in her career despite the adversities and passing this strength to the children that she is a teacher in Morro da Providência.

JULIANE SOUZA

She began her study in music at the Centro Cultural do Cartola where she lives in Morro da Mangueira. It was passion at first sight, Juliane who had heard stories of her late grandfather who played the violin. Her mother, who already knew this story when she saw this opportunity, quickly enrolled the girl, who in a short time showed a lot of talent for the study of the instrument. As time went by, her project ended up with no sponsorship, but that didn't make her give up and soon she migrated to the Light Cultural Center project to continue her study. She is currently a undergraduate student at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO). It is through the Street Orchestra that Juliane demonstrates her resistance to future generations, since she is a teacher in Morro da Providência, since it is the way she found to maintain her studies and do social work.

LUCAS FREITAS

He began her studies in music at the age of 14 in the social project Ação Social Pela Música (Social Action for Music) near Morro do Macacos where he lives. He began his studies on his current instrument the cello, an instrument for which he was enchanted from the first time he saw, by its sound and size. He is currently studying for a degree at the Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO). It is through the Street Orchestra that Lucas helps with the bills at home and maintains his studies, besides teaching the children of Morro da Providência and playing in the street.

 

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