DREAM OF METhe Documentary

This is the story of a group of extraordinary people empowering new generations through excellence in music education

Directed and edited by: Tane Martinez
Executive Producers: Taimy Balbuzano & Juan Carlos Gonzalez

Dream of Me | The story of Musicall

Music is a powerful force that connects us all. It’s the universal language that moves us in ways no other can. Through empowering children through music education and creativity, Musicall is helping to change lives and strengthen communities.

The documentary unveiled the story of an extraordinary group of people qualified and pleased to teach and transmit all their musical knowledge, sensibility, and artistic proficiency to new generations, providing them with the gift of happiness.

This story is about a group of inspiring teachers and students, who work together to shape the future of young generations.


Taimy Balbuzano, Juan Carlos Gonzalez, Jorge Luis Prats, Eglise Gutierrez, Ramón Fabian Veloz, Jose Antonio Bornot, Ana Ruth Bermudez, Ileana Cortizo, Ana Beatriz Ojito, Orlando Forte, Svetlana Forte, and all Musicall families and faculty.

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about the director

Tane Martinez

Experienced Editor with a demonstrated history of working in the broadcast media industry. Skilled in Film Production, Television, Web Video, Music Videos, and Film. Strong arts and design professional with a Film Director focused in Film/Cinema/Video Studies from Centro de Capacitacion Cinematografica (CCC) Mexico DF.

Learn more about Tane Martines at IDBM

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About musicall

Founded and Incorporated in 2013 as a nonprofit organization, the idea of Musicall started back in 2007, when we understood how powerfully the basic knowledge of music changes the life of a child through regular music lessons. Children dramatically improved socially and in subjects such as Mathematics and Language once they receive music instruction. With this belief, Musicall has continually expanded and grown in the past years. 

2013- We were in Westchester, serving around 40 families, with classes such as Family Music designed for parents and their toddlers to take together, Four Hands, a Piano Beginning program for preschoolers and their parents. Music and Movement, a family-centered music class for children with special needs, and Prep Classes for children six and older to receive instruction on various instruments to create ensembles and orchestras.