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Lauren Conklin

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La violinista estadounidense Lauren Conklin, conmovida por la actual situación que vive Venezuela, decidió subir a sus redes sociales una hermosa versión del “Gloria al Bravo Pueblo”, himno nacional oficial de la República de Venezuela, con el que aprovecha de invitar a su público a realizar donaciones para los más necesitados y las víctimas de la crisis que vive la nación. La joven no toma ningún lado político porque considera imprudente opinar sobre una situación que no conoce en persona y de una nación que no ha visitado, pero basándose en los testimonios de sus fanáticos venezolanos decidió dar una mano e invita a sus seguidores a colaborar con aportes económicos.

Lauren Conklin inició sus estudios a la edad de 6 años dentro de los predios de la música sinfónica, pero más adelante fue seducida por los sonidos de distintos géneros, especialmente el bluegrass y el country ya que su ciudad de origen es Nashville, Tennesse. Ha participado en grabaciones para artistas que practican diversos estilos musicales, inclusive con estrellas como Miley Cyrus, Lonestar y para la serie de televisión de la cadena ABC, Nashville. Es arreglista, le gusta experimentar con la mayor gama de sonidos posibles y ahora comienza a dar forma a su faceta de compositora, dando inicio a su carrera solista.

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Here comes a long post. If you’re short on time, skip to the bottom for the important part <3 My heart is breaking for the people of Venezuela. More than 3.5 million have emigrated, fleeing the worst humanitarian crisis Latin America has experienced in decades. Venezuela is currently ranked among the most violent and insecure countries in the world, and they have a serious shortage of food medical supplies. I have a good friend living in Caracas, and spoke with him yesterday about what it’s like there and how we can help those that are struggling. He asked me to make a video dedicated to the peace and healing of Venezuela, so this is “Gloria al Bravo Pueblo”, the national anthem. It starts minor to reflect the current brokenness there, but ends triumphantly because I believe that they will recover! However, to do that, Venezuela needs our help, and at the end of this post are organizations you can support to bring much needed relief. This is a quote from my friend, and I hope his words move you as much as they did me: “I’m not well, my soul is broken, I’m going crazy, because we are on the verge of a civil war or an international invasion…hyperinflation continues, the prices of food continue to rise…I have had several health problems and have not been able to buy medicines because they are very, very expensive, and I do not have the funds, or because they are not available. However, I have managed to survive. I'm good compared with many people, our people are starving, they die in hospitals for lack of medicines… It is not easy to stay positive when you open your fridge and every day is emptier or when you see your friends beg for medicine and food…May God help us and let us wait for a miracle. We maintain our hope, we know God is with us and this nightmare must end soon.” Please take a moment to donate to one of these organizations that are committed to helping the people of Venezuela in this time of crisis. Venezuela Aid Live: venezuelaaidlive.com Cuatro Por Venezuela: www.cuatroporvenezuela.org UNHCR: give.unrefugees.org Click on bio for links and more info about each 💛🇻🇪❤️

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