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  • Rock in Rio, the Musical

    Rock in Rio – The Musical is a musical inspired by the world’s biggest music festival, Rock in Rio.  Set on the eve of the historic festival of 1985, the musical tells a fun and fictional story, driven by the emotions and transformations that music is capable of causing. 

  • FEMUSC

    The Santa Catarina Music Festival (FEMUSC) is the biggest School Festival of Classical Music in Latin America. The event, which takes place in Santa Catarina, receives around 55 thousand people and promotes courses, workshops and free performances.

  • Elis, the musical

    The musical Elis, recreates on the stage the life and career of the unforgettable Ellis Regina, considered until today as the greatest singer to have come out of Brazil. The storyline of the piece depicts the personal questions and coexistence of Elis with icons such as Ronaldo Boscoli and Cesar Camargo Mariano.

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  • Center for Rehabilitation Piracicaba - CRP – Piracicaba/SP

    The CRP offers care to people with physical, intellectual and multiple disabilities aged between 0 and 50 years of age, through therapeutic, educational and vocational care. The project supported by Raízen provides independence for performing activities, considering limitations and maximizing potential.   

  • Agires Institute – House of Culture and Civic Consciousness – Barra Bonita/SP

    The Agires Institute is a non-profit social organization which aims to promote the development of citizens and communities. Its initiatives encourage civic consciousness and help in the transformation of the social reality of children, youngsters and adults in socially vulnerable situations. 

  • Histórias que Ganham o Mundo (Stories that win over the world)

    The Histórias que Ganham o Mundo project runs training workshops for teachers that develop texts and drawings with the students about a specific literary genre. The best works are selected, and results in the publication of a book. The project involves more than 12,000 students. 

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