Senderos a consortium

In this piece I want to tell the experience of being the son of one of the bravest mothers in the world. A strong mother who sacrificed herself so that her children have a chance in the world.

“Senderos”(walkways) will be a musical composition that explores the themes of family, love, and long-term vision. Inspired by personal experiences, the piece tells a story of a young child’s journey through challenging times, where they learn the importance of perseverance and the power of family support.

 With evocative melodies and poignant harmonies, “Senderos” celebrates the enduring bonds of family and the profound lessons that can be learned along life’s journey. Through the music, audiences are invited to reflect on their own relationships and the value of cherishing the path we walk with our loved ones.


  • All copies, no matter which publisher publishes them, will contain your name and your choir’s name in the dedication.
  • A chat group to see and hear the evolution of the work.
  • You have the possibility of donating your copies to the choir that you consider.

    As choir 

  • Exclusive right of interpretation for a season
  • You can request changes or adaptations in the scores
  • The delivery of the material contains: the master with orchestra and choir, the scores for each instrument and a version specially designed for singers that consists of the choir scores with a piano reduction.

Duration: 15 min
Instrumentation: SATB + instruments
Difficulty: Medium
Text language: Spanish

This consortium is open for registration from September 4, 2023 to December 3, 2023

This piece can start to come to life from December 4, 2023 to February 2, 2024.

Your name and that of all the people who wish to be part of this initiative will appear here. If you sign up now, your name will be here from September 4, 2023.

$18.112,5 Which is what results from 1,000 for every minute of music written. Added to the Marketing Campaign $2,250 and the remaining $862.5 are taxes.

Each choir or patron can contribute whatever is within the possibilities of their budget.

Birth of the idea

The musical idea to write “Senderos” (walkways) was born  from a personal reflection in 2020 about my family and the people who surrounded me. This project presents itself as a significant addition to the concert program of any choir wishing to pay tribute to someone important. Over the years, I have greatly valued the opportunities my family has provided me and consider myself lucky to have them. That is why I feel the need to create a work centered on the family, on blood ties and on the redefinition of those ties. “Senderos” tells the journey of these eternal and powerful links, and seeks to convey deep emotions through music.


The piece seeks to narrate a fragment of life that reflects courage, pure love and the commitment to provide without limits. His goal is to define the word “love” in an epic way. The fragment that I wish to relate in this work is located in my childhood, when I was between 7 and 12 years old. There is an image that I will never forget: I remember a family reunion with my mother, recently separated. I was 7 years old and my brother was 8. That Sunday we sat around the round table and she said “Guys, there are 10 dollars left until the end of the month. These are the options. What do you want us to do?”


Shortly thereafter, my mother started working three different jobs, which meant she had to travel a lot. This led to my brother and I developing a more intense relationship, where keeping the house running became one of our responsibilities. Fortunately, we were close to my aunt, who was our neighbor, and Elizabet Ponce de León, who was in charge of cleaning and resolving some sibling disputes while my mother was away.


As a child, I was affected by my mother’s absence and did not fully understand the plan behind her. I only saw that she saw little of her and that she was focused solely on work. It was difficult for me to go beyond the immediate present. It wasn’t until I was 14 that I understood the plan she had for us. That’s when I started to see my mother as the superhero that she is. She dropped everything to get us out of a difficult situation, gave us the opportunity to attend the best schools, and ensured our college education. She even managed to save to buy the cabins that she manages today and leave a large inheritance. It was then that I understood the value of thinking long term, of overcoming everything to provide a better future for those you love. This lesson completely changed my way of seeing life.


Today, I have the ability to create long-term projects because I know that everything I build today will bring happiness. It’s just a matter of time. In an age where we have been taught that everything must be immediate, we often forget the importance of enjoying the walkway and having the company of those we love. The goal is only a point of arrival that sooner or later we will reach, but what is truly valuable is found on the path. “Senderos” is presented as a celebration of this teaching, of those people who make up my family, and of the art of building using time and patience. That is why I choose to use the path as a musical metaphor, since the true lesson is found in the process, not in the goal.

How to take part:


There are different ways to participate in this unique and significant experience of “Senderos”. Whether as an individual, organization, or choir, there are options available to get involved and be a part of this piece.


1. Participation as Patron (individual person or organization)


If you want to participate as a patron and support this initiative, you simply have to complete an online form indicating your interest in supporting “Senderos”. Once all available places have been filled, the team will contact you to confirm your participation, join the group of patrons and provide more details on how this great work will come to life. There you will be able to listen week by week to all the advances and participate in this experience in first person.


2. Participation as Choir


If you are a choir interested in being part of this musical experience, you can send an email to By communicating with the team, you will have the opportunity to be a commissioner of this piece to give a concert premiering “Senderos”. Be sure to provide the necessary concert information you have in mind and express your excitement at being a part of this significant piece.


Whether you choose to participate as a patron or as a choir, you can be a part of this family and build an inspiring and emotional trail. Feel free to join this musical experience that celebrates family ties and the importance of love and perseverance in our lives.




Duration: 15 min
Instrumentation: SATB+ instruments
Difficulty: Medium
Text language: Spanish



“Eternal and united paths,

by storms that beat our blood

plowing through lakes, rivers and mountains.

And in perpetual motion:

The air sculpting the crystals,

sand of time

that runs towards a thousand horizons,

sparkles and wonders.

Lattice of souls,

stars in the ethereal mantle of the encounter.


whisper creator of the universe

greening meadows,

blooming bonds and sowing


The Union;

shine of all existence

like a thousand dancing mountains,

like deep mirrors in the eyes,

The eternal collision of souls

creating perpetual trails!

In union!”



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