Global Leaders Program en el XXV CAMUS 2019

El Global Leaders Program es una iniciativa que empodera una nueva generación de agentes de cambio en el campo de la música transformando vidas e impactando en comunidades a través de un innovador certificado profesional de 9 meses de duración en Liderazgo Cívico, Agencia Cultural, Emprendimiento Social y Teaching Artistry.  El programa recibe anualmente a un grupo de 35 promesas y talentos de todo el mundo, cuyo componente académico ha sido curado por 9 prestigiosas instituciones académicas. El programa trabaja en la preparación de jóvenes líderes musicales para fundar y dirigir las iniciativas sociales musicales del mañana, brindando a sus participantes la oportunidad de servir en misiones en las más dinámicas comunidades alrededor del mundo. Para mayor información visite

Aaron Glaser

Aaron Glaser: Percusion

Aaron Glaser

Cypher - Music Director

  • Instrument: Percussionist
  • Nationality: USA
  • Country Represented: USA

Aaron Glaser holds a bachelors degree in Music Performance from York College of Pennsylvania. He is the music director of Cypher, a program that brings people together to build a creative com-munity, learning and playing music together. Aaron is currently working as a freelance musician and an independent music educator teaching piano, guitar, and percussion to children and adults. He has performed as a percussionist with the York Symphony Orchestra and has fostered relation-ships between the Orchestra and students at York College while he worked as the York Sympho-ny’s Librarian.

Anja Poulsen

Anja Poulsen: Flauta

Anja Poulsen

Kulturskolen på Indre Nordmoere

Music Teacher & Conductor

  • Instrument: Flute
  • Nationality: Danish
  • Country Represented: Denmark

Anja Poulsen is a danish flutist, conductor and music teacher. She is educated from The Royal Academy of Music, Aarhus in 2016 in music pedagogy, flute and conducting. In 2013 Anja went to South America to work on a social music project in the north of Argentina. Here she first experienced, what these kind of projects can do for both children and adults. She is a part of El Sistema Europe where she has been a part of El Sistema Europe Youth Orchestra and also a part of the teacher team. In 2015 she started up her own wind orchestra project, Moellevangens Blaeserband, at a public school in Aarhus Denmark. Now she lives in Norway where she conducts two children orchestras.


Etty Wake

Etty Wake: trompeta

Etty Wake

Freelance Performer & Instrumental Teacher

  • Instrument: Trumpet
  • Nationality: British
  • Country Represented: United Kingdom

Born in London, Etty started learning the violin aged three, and took up the trumpet at the age of eight. She later began learning the cello and was accepted into the Royal College of Music junior department at the age of 13, studying both cello and trumpet. Etty graduated with a Bachelor of Music degree from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in 2015, where she studied with Mark O’Keeffe and Peter Franks. After leaving the RCS Etty gained a place in the graduate orchestra Southbank Sinfonia for 2016, creating many life-long connections and contacts and learning valuable orchestral skills during the year. Etty maintains a busy schedule of teaching both privately and in schools around London, as well as performing as a freelance trumpeter.

Janet Fischer

Janet Fischer: Soprano

Janet Fischer

Proper Opera

Chief Executive

  • Instrument: Soprano (Violin second instrument)
  • Nationality: Canadian
  • Country Represented: United Kingdom / Canada

Canadian born soprano Janet Fischer holds an MMus (RNCM) and an MBA (UoP). In addition to her performing work which has included performances in the UK, Europe, Asia and North America and a two year stint in the West End, Janet is a teacher, producer and strategy consultant. She founded Proper Opera in 2018 with the aim of effecting lasting social change through exceptional art. She is particularly interested in developing a sustainable and collaborative business model that allows arts organisations to partner with other not-for-profits and private sector companies to deliver projects that bring the best in talent from across industries and the globe towards resolving issues of social engagement, cohesion and inclusion. She currently resides in the UK and in her spare time she is restoring her ex-Royal Navy Minesweeper MV Tongham.

Lea Pandy

Lea Pandy: clarinete

Lea Pandy

American Youth Symphony

Development Associate

  • Instrument: Clarinet
  • Nationality: Philippines
  • Country Represented: USA

Filipina –American clarinetist, Lea Pandy, received her Bachelor’s Degree in Clarinet Performance from the Peabody Conservatory of Music. As a musician, Lea has been an advocate for equity in the arts, working in development for music programs in New York and Los Angeles.

Susanne Simma

Susanne Simma: fagot

Susanne Simma

Royal College of Music

BA, MSc, Mper

  • Instrument: Bassoon
  • Nationality: Austria
  • Country Represented: United Kingdom

Austrian- born bassoonist Susanne Simma graduated from the Royal College of Music both with a Master of Performance and a Master of Performance Science degree. Her studies were supported by the Lions Club Vorarlberg, the Impuls Privatstiftung and she was awarded the prestigious Leverhulme Orchestral Mentorship for her final year. Prior to these studies, she graduated from the Mozarteum Salzburg, Austria, with a Bachelor degree. She has participated in masterclasses with bassoonists such as Richard Galler, David Seidel, Lyndon Watts, Daniel Jemison and Alexander Meyrick, Martin Gatt as well as being invited to participate in the Banff Masterclasses 2016 under the tutelage of Frank Morelli. Her stay was kindly supported by a Career Development Bursary by Help Musicians UK.

Susanne has been performing with renowned orchestras such as Southbank Sinfonia, BBC Concert Orchestra, Bath Philharmonia, Royal Opera House and has worked in collaborations with Academy of St Martin in the Fields and the ROH. During her studies, she was chosen for the side by side scheme with the London Symphony Orchestra and the BBC Symphony Orchestra. Additionally, she performs regularly with the Sinfonieorchester Vorarlberg and as Principal Bassoon with the Sinfonietta Vorarlberg. Chamber music has always been a passion and she has worked with Le Concert Impromptu, France, while co – founding her own group, the Ellis Ensemble, which is a member of the Chamberstudio at Kings Place and has extensively performed in the UK.

Since 2016 Susanne joined the teaching staff at the Junior Department of the Royal College of Music, where she teaches Bassoon and Chamber music. Additionally, she has published a book on Mental Training in the Akademieverlag, Germany and has just completed the training to become an ABRSM examiner. She is keen to explore the social impact music making can have on children within their development.