The Conducting Institute
CAMINOS DEL INKA (CdI) founded in 2010, is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization with a mission to discover, preserve, expand and disseminate the rich musical legacy of the Americas through cultural and musical research, composition, publication, performance and education. CdI conducts historical, musicological, and audiovisual research, commissions original compositions, transcriptions of existing music, and promotes the publication of this music in various media.
CdI's current educational initiatives promote the understanding and performance of this repertoire. They are The Conducting Institute and the Texas Institute for Orchestral Studies. Additionally, CdI partners with Yaku Taki Documentary Center for Traditional Peruvian Music. https://www.caminosdelinka.org/
Caminos del Inka, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to discover, preserve, expand and disseminate the rich musical legacy of the Americas through cultural and musical research, composition, publication, performance, education and outreach.
Our vision is to facilitate a permanent place for this music in concert repertoire worldwide, whether it be symphonic, chamber, choral, or opera.
Caminos del Inka, Inc. pursues these goals by:
Conducting historical, musicological, and audiovisual research;
Commissioning original compositions and transcriptions of existing music;
Publishing this music in various media to share it with broader audiences;
Contextualizing the music with photography, videography and choreography;
Presenting dynamic, historically-informed performances that educate audiences of all ages; and
Inspiring a new generation of conductors and musicians to be excited about the music through The Conducting Institute and the Texas Institute for Orchestral Studies.
Documenting the richness of the traditional music of Peru through Yaku Taki.
Scholarship funds to remove economic barriers to participation.
Orchestra musician wages to provide the highest quality supporting ensemble for conductors and embedded student musicians.
Operational funds to offset the cost of facilities and other operating expenses.
All musicians - conductors and instrumentalists - regardless of race, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, religion, zip code, health and ability status, or any other consideration have equal opportunity to participate fully in all dimensions of our programs and initiatives, and to grow and reach their full potential.
Caminos del Inka
Tax id (EIN)
Arts, Culture & Humanities, Education - K-12, Education - Career Prep
$100,000 - $249,999
Both the Executive Director/CEO and Board Chair
AddressFort Worth Community Arts Center 1300 Gendy Street #210