The Ibero-American Music Promotion Program - IBERMUSICAS, is a multilateral program of international cooperation dedicated to musical arts that fosters the presence and knowledge of Latin American musical diversity, stimulates the formation of new audiences in the region and expands the labor market of professionals in the sector. It was established in the XXI Ibero-American Summit of Heads of State and Government, held in Asuncion, Paraguay in November 2011.
The program combines public policies to promote and support the professional activity of artists and pursuits a greater regional integration. The Program works as a multilateral project of technical and financial cooperation between the Ministries and Secretariats of Culture of the region. The central key to the success of the Program is based on solidarity and appreciation for the richness of our regional music based on the talent of its creators, performers, researchers and all the rest of the actor that makeup the Latin American musical ecosystem; a shared cultural capital generating a true integration of the musical sector.
The program aims at dynamizing the musical space of the entire Ibero-American region through public policies to promote and support the professional activity of musical artists; Promote musical creation in all its forms and without distinctions of styles, genres and traditions, as well as promote the generation of knowledge in the areas of training, research and preservation of Latin American musical heritage.
Mexico's Annual contribution: $480,000.00 USD (150,000.00 USD per year)
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Ibero-American General Secretariat
Member States of the Program