Within the framework of the Erasmus + ' Art for Coexistence ' project, which is part of the Fundación Yehudi Menuhin España, we continue to create synergies and work in network. As a result of this work and due to the dissemination and dissemination of the project, a scholarship has been made to attend the KLANGFORUM SCHWEIZ (Summer Music Academy in Mürren, Switzerland) to four members of the Pantueña Wind Orchestra, a grouping of fifty young people Musicians between 13 and 19 years old from the community of Madrid, Castilla-La Mancha and Andalusia emerged from a project of the Municipal School of Music of Velilla de San Antonio and the foundation Yehudi Menuhin Spain to unite in several concerts to young Through symphonic music. Last April ' Art for coexistence ' participated together with the Embassy of Hungary in Spain in the organization of the concert of the Talent center of Snétberger, in the National auditorium of Madrid. The European projects Erasmus + art for the coexistence (represented by Pantueña Wind Orchestra) and Erasmus + We All Count (Fundación A Par) were part of the musical program that was shared with 700 minors of the community of Madrid. The concert was also attended by Werner Schmitt, president of MUS-E Germany and MUS-E Switzerland and vice-president of the Yehudi Menuhin International Foundation. Werner Schmitt, who runs the KLANGFORUM SCHWEIZ – Akademie für Ensemble-und Orchesterkultur, a recognized summer school for young musicians between 14 and 19 years, was delighted with the performance and decided to invite the children of Pantueña Wind Orchestra from the Velilla de San Antonio Municipal School to participate in Mürren. In the KLANGFORUM SCHWEIZ up to 30 young people will have the opportunity to play together all kinds of original chamber music repertoire from July 18 to July 31.  One of the stated objectives of the project is communication through music and the creation of a good example for the world. Through dialogue and communication young people avoid conflict and create spaces of respect and tolerance. Thus, four students from Pantueña Wind Orchestra have finally been awarded scholarships. Our four young people will share experiences with young people from St. Petersburg and Budapest and enjoy a unique and unforgettable experience.