8573 musicians… this country made the record for the largest orchestra in the world, played the tune for 5 minutes


  • Venezuela created the world’s largest orchestra, 8573 musicians attended
  • Earlier, Russia had the record of the world’s largest orchestra.
  • Guinness Book of Records announced, said – you are wonderful people

The South American country of Venezuela has won the title of the world’s largest orchestra. 8573 musicians were involved in this orchestra, which is a world record in itself. These musicians were mostly children and youth. Venezuela has the highest inflation rate in the world. The currency there has the lowest value against the dollar.

Guinness World Records announced
Guinness World Records released a video on Saturday announcing that musicians belonging to the country’s network of youth orchestras won the title with their performances. The musicians in this group are between the ages of 12 and 77. He tried to make a record during a patriotic concert at a military academy in the capital, Caracas.

musical instrument played to the tunes of Tchaikovsky
During this time more than 8,097 musicians played instruments in unison for five minutes to the tunes of famous Russian composer Tchaikovsky. This network of orchestras, known as Al Sistema and The System, brought together some 12,000 musicians for the concert. More than 250 observers were appointed to keep an eye on the musicians.

Guinness World Records said – you wonderful people
The Guinness Book official, who announced the record during a ceremony at the El Sistema headquarters, said: “I can confirm that the effort has been successful.” Congratulations to you all. you are amazing Children and people, members of the Simon Bolivar Orchesta, set the record on 13 November, although 8,573 musicians were considered to be involved.

Famous musician Gustavo Dudamel studied from here
These musicians were brought on a single stage by a music training institute named El Sistema. Funding for this was done by an organization working for publicity in Venezuela. It was established in 1975. Since then, the program has imparted classical music training to thousands of working class children. Gustavo Dudamel, music director of the Paris Opera and the Los Angeles Philharmonic, also studied here.


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