The SaludArte Foundation was created in 2003 in Miami by Tanya Capriles of Brillembourg, with the purpose to connect the Arts and Health for the benefit of children and youth from socio-economic disadvantaged groups. The main objective of SaludArte Foundation is to design and implement extensive educational, cultural and social development programs that facilitate inclusive artistic processes, promote positive social change, and integration for people with diverse abilities.
SaludArte works tirelessly to attract new audiences and increase its participants in the fields of visual and performing arts. Today, the foundation located in the Wynwood Arts District in Miami, working closely with our honorary members maestros Plácido Domingo, Jose Antonio Abreu, Carlos Cruz Diez and Juan Diego Flórez, has consolidated these initiatives in the United States, Spain, Colombia, Peru and Venezuela with plans to settle in other Latin American countries.
All of our programs receive important collaborations from several international institutions, that share our same values and goals. Special recognition is in order for The Hilti Foundation, Switzerland, The New World Symphony (America’s First Orchestral Academy) Miami Beach, Sinfonia por el Peru, Peru, The Academia Filarmónica de Medellin (AFMED) Colombia, Teatro Real de Madrid, Teatros del Canal, and the Joven Orquesta y Coro de Madrid (JORCAM