Lady Solano directora regional norte de Zumo Colaboratorio Cultural nos cuenta como un sueño puede hacerse realidad. La Música necesita mucho trabajo, no solo para componer, sino también para difundirla y representarla. ¡He aquí una historia apasionante de cómo el arte y la gestión cultural transforma la vida un grupo de jóvenes emprendedoras!
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