Founded in 1998 with the idea of bringing music education and live performance to Mozambique, the project No Boundaries consists of bringing American-based music professors and high-level performers to developing countries. In the midst of a cultural exchange with local artists and students, the pedagogical team is engaged in giving support in music education while connecting with international established music scenes and markets.
Music can often be the vehicle for the children to stay active and safe, when no other activities are available for them. No Boundaries is aware of this issue and intends to encourage musicians to follow their dreams, and work on their craft. During the stay this will happen through exchange of music and culture with the local artists.
In 2007, Berklee faculty member Winnie Dahlgren and Mozambique artist Stewart Sukuma completed the first project for No Boundaries, with a trip to Mozambique. The project included concerts, workshops, clinics, master classes, and auditions for Berklee College of Music.