NEOJIBA promotes social actions, emphasizing the main mission of the Program, as well as the strengthening of the family and community bonds. The Social Development Department of the Program does an annual social mapping of all members of the Program, as well as actions such as: referral to basic social care, liaising with CRAS and CREAS and other networks of social protection; family meetings, follow-up of formative development of children in school age and follow-up of members that have left the Program.
Musical Education in its several aspects is one of the priorities of the NEOJIBA, which offers to the members of the Center of Management and Professional Development activities such as: conducting classes, theory classes, mentoring enablement, composing and arrangements workshops, as well as an enablement Program for apprentices in the technical and management areas within the Program. NEOJIBA promotes an annual Pedagogical Seminar with national and international guests, with places also available to the general public.
The orchestral and choir practices are fundamental activities of the NEOJIBA Program. Through the application of a new methodology for teaching music, inspired by the Venezuelan “El Sistema”, in conjunction with social integration and artistic excellence, NEOJIBA achieves, in short timeframes, amazing results, not only in the complete growth of children and youth, but also in the artistic performance of its members.
With its several artistic groups (symphonic orchestras, chamber orchestras, camerata and choirs), the NEOJIBA promotes diverse types of public performances, such as Symphonic Concerts, Didactic Concerts, Chamber Concerts and special formats of performances. To book a performance or invite member groups of the NEOJIBA, please contact:
Janela do Mundo
Murilo Fróes – email@example.com – +55 71 9974-8985
Eneida Rebouças – firstname.lastname@example.org – +55 71 9133-6463
NEOJIBA promotes pedagogical exchanges between its main Centers and Partner Projects, in addition to establishing partnerships with distinguished national and international institutions, such as the Fundación Musical Simón Bolivar (Venezuela), Haute Ecole de Musique de Genève – HEM (Switzerland), Berlin Philharmonic (Germany), National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain – NYO (UK), Orchestra of the Americas – YOA and the Guildhall School of Music & Drama (UK). NEOJIBA was the first Brazilian Program to join the Jeunesses Musicales International (JMI), the largest network of musical projects for youth in the world, encompassing over 40 countries.
NEOJIBA has the only Lutherie School Workshop in Bahia, performing repairs, renovation and maintenance of string and wind instruments of the Program. The workshop also hosts development activities, developing the skills of members of the Program, through internships and practicums.
NEOJIBA has an extensive musical archive, including scores, CDs, DVDs and books, in addition to the recording of all the activities developed by the Program, with audio, video, images, articles, magazines, newspapers and bulletins.