Pablo Galindo Calvo holds a PhD in Sociology from the University of Granada. Professor of Sociology at the Faculty of Education Sciences since 2000. Professor-Tutor at the National University of Distance Education (UNED), since 1997. He has coordinated several European projects under Community Programs and Initiatives on development, equality, entrepreneurship and youth and participated in more than twenty projects of Excellence and R & D of the National Plan. He has carried out research stays in foreign universities and research centers (L'Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales in Paris, University of Marseille, the Paul Henri-Spaak School of Advanced Studies in Belgium or the Laboratory of Educational Sciences of the University of Lausanne, in Switzerland).
The Music for All Foundation pursues the dissemination and promotion of musical culture among all people regardless of their abilities. Art, Culture or Music are universal and, therefore, its access and universal production must be claimed.
Giving visibility, raising awareness and promoting access to music for people with disabilities and/or functional diversity is one of the main missions of Music for All, but so is promoting women's access to the music industry, using culture as a resource for socio-educational intervention and helping social inclusion through music.