Clave de Sur is a non-profit and inclusive socio-cultural educational program that seeks to put music in front of some of our country’s social problems, by creating alternative spaces where children, young people and adults can explore and develop their passions and creatvity, We rely on contributions of products and services to carry out our activities.
We have been working since 2005 in cultural, recreational, and musical activities. Benefiting more than 1000 girls, boys, adolescents, youth, and adults who have participated in the different projects and courses that we offer to the community.
In August 2005, a music school was formed in the Mi Cometa community center in the Guasmo Sur neighborhood of the city of Guayaquil, Ecuador. Thanks to the efforts of the school’s German instructor, Magdalena Abrams, funds were established to purchase new instruments, such as clarinets and an electric keyboard, as well as amplification equipment and the basic necessities to form musical bands.
Shortly after her return to Germany, Magdalena began looking for other young people who also wanted to support the Mi Cometa music school, ultimately arriving in Guasmo Sur with a group of 15 volunteers from Oldenburg, Germany in 2007. That visit was a short one, however, resulting in one month of intensive music classes.