By Susan Hood,Sally Wern Comport
Ada Ríos grew up in Cateura, a small city in Paraguay outfitted on a landfill. She dreamed of enjoying the violin, yet with little cash for whatever however the naked necessities, it was once by no means an option...until a tune instructor named Favio Chávez arrived. He desired to supply the kids of Cateura anything specific, so he made them tools out of fabrics present in the trash. It was once a loopy thought, yet person who would go away Ada—and her town—forever replaced. Now, the Recycled Orchestra performs venues all over the world, spreading their message of wish and innovation.
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