Strategies for teaching music designed from a compact pedagogy that breaks with the tendency to first learn music theory and then the execution of the instrument. In this methodology, one learns from musical phrases that allow one to be part of a community, and progress, merit and discipline are valued. The musical centers are the spaces where music is learned and respect for diversity, to value individualities and to share the bond of music with social issues.
The ensembles constitute the learning space to which one can aspire as a collective practice, in which, from a repertoire that seeks to raise the musical level, the training in language and the interpretation of an instrument is continued, new musical rhythms and the sense of community is strengthened through music. The ensembles participate in concerts, presentations and promote the culture of peace through music, as well as intergenerational dialogue, as people of all ages participate.