. In one of the world’s deadliest cities, a musician’s idea pays off « JO LEE MAGAZINE

NBC NEWS Across the border from El Paso, Texas, a bus goes house to house, picking up children and transporting them to a place that has become an oasis in a city with a reputation for drug cartel violence. The students are part of a youth orchestra in Juárez, called Orquesta Sinfónica Esperanza Azteca or Aztec Hope Symphony Orchestra. With donations from local businesses and secondhand instruments, violinist Jové García runs the after-school program that teaches 250 children, ages 7 to 18, how to play an instrument or sing in a choir.

Worth Reading at NBC NEWS

Comments are closed.