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Instituto Municipal de Cultura y Artes de Mazatlán

The genius of the greatest creator of children’s music in Latin America, Francisco Gabilondo Soler, was celebrated this Sunday at the Angela Peralta Theater with the show “Cri Cri”.

The Municipal School of Classical Ballet and the Ballet Workshop of the Instituto de Cultura, Turismo y Arte de Mazatlan gave life to classics such as “The March of the Vowels”, “The Little Duckling”, “The Cowboy Mouse”, “Little Black Watermelon” and “The Witches”.

The variety of musical rhythms, the rich imagination of each story and the sensibility and intelligence that the composer from Veracruz reflected in his work were celebrated by dozens of Mazatlecan families and by students from Miguel Alemán, Benito Juárez, CAM 50, Josefa Ortiz de Domínguez and Insurgentes Elementary who were invited to this presentation.

Laughter, applause and an occasional tear of nostalgia and love were spilled by the public in recognition of the beautiful work that maestra Zoila Fernández and her students delivered to the public as a way to celebrate the legacy of “Cri Cri, the Singing Cricket”.