A dedicated, diverse team of dreamers, designers, and builders works to ensure the best experience for Cohort Members and Mission Hosts.
Raul Vergara is a graduate of The Curtis Institute of Music and Temple University. Formerly Principal Timpanist of the Seoul Philharmonic, Vergara is Founder of the Latin American Center of Korea and number of educational initiatives in his native Chile.
José Pedro Zenteno is a graduate of The Eastman School of Music, where he earned Bachelor’s in performance and a Certificate in arts leadership. A recipient of Fundación Ibanez-Atkinson scholarships in his native Chile, Zenteno is completing graduate studies at NYU.
Jose Pedro Zenteno
Santiago Hernandez is co-founder of MusicMov and artistic coordinator at Fundación Bolivar Davivienda. Hernandez earned a Master’s degree at Universidad Javeriana, and is a graduate of Georgetown University’s Global Competitiveness Leadership Program.
Graduate of Univ. de Las Américas Puebla, Gutierrez earned a Master’s in Pol. Communication from Université de Montréal. He was Ass. Director of Publicity for the President of Mexico, and is Communications Manager at Forum jeunesse de l’île de Montréal.
Juan Sebastien Delgado earned Master’s and Doctorate degrees in cello performance from McGill University’s Schulich School of Music. Delgado is co-founder of Pronto Musica.
Dr. Juan Sebastian Delgado
Bio coming soon.
A native of France, Laëtitia Lancellotta holds a B.B.A in marketing & management from HEC Montréal business school. Laëtitia works as an artistic coordinator at Orchestre Métropolitain de Montréal and previously held positions at the Philadelphia Orchestra and Opéra de Montréal.
Alfredo Brillembourg is a Bachelor’s candidate at Columbia University, class of 2020.
Mark Gillespie (MBA, MA, MMUS) is co-founder of a number of national music initiatives in Latin America & the Caribbean. Creative Director at YOA Orchestra of the Americas, Gillespie holds three Master’s degrees including an MBA from McGill University & HEC Montréal.
Charles Levene writes for The Harvard Crimson and is a Bachelor’s candidate at Harvard College, class of 2020.
“Becoming a Global Leader opened my eyes to the difference that I can make through music in the lives of children and their communities.”
Julie Rochus, French horn, Canada (Class of 2014)
Teaching Artist, Sistema New Brunswick