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This counts for a lot when teaching music to children and young adults.Marlene studied social communications and began collaborating with Performing Life in 2010 to develop a film project with NAT (Organizations of Child and Adolescent Workers).Having always been passionate about both the arts and international development, Performing Life made her realise there were spaces where the benefits of circus and music could be engaged to make real improvements in people’s lives. She spent over three years learning trapeze at the National Centre for Circus Arts in London, and does silks, club juggling, and poi.
I was also chosen to act as a judge in the national school band competition, which included competitors from Brazil and Peru.
Besides her membership on the board of the Fundación enseñARTE, Marlene worked with many local young people to produce the film “Memoirs of the Street”, which gave the youth involved a wonderful opportunity to explore their acting abilities.
From 2006-2012, John served as Executive Director of Performing Life.
She firmly believes that it can offer its participants better opportunities, helping them to empower themselves and thus improve their communities.
Amy Booth arrived at Performing Life as a volunteer in November 2015 and fell in love with the foundation, deciding to take on a staff position after her first year.This includes a number of courses in training trainers and courses for active teachers in EU countries including Luxembourg, Belgium, Malta, Latvia, and Spain.