On Saturday morning at the Museum of Music, maestro Hector Javier Reyes Bonilla was officially presented to the media as Director of the Camerata Mazatlán and head of the Music and Singing School of the Cultural Institute of Mazatlán.
In the presence of personalities such as Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres, Mayor of Mazatlán; Marsol Quiñónez Castro, Director of the Instituto de Cultura de Mazatlán and maestros Enrique Patrón De Rueda and Martha Félix, the musicians offered a brief and intense musical program that expressed the temperament, sensitivity and rigor of the new director.
“The Prelude to the Holdberg Suite”, by Edwar Grieg; the “Suite San Pablo”, by Gustav Holst and the “Chaconne” by Dietrich Buxtehude, wove a pleasant, powerful and vivifying morning to the rhythm of the violins, cellos, trumpet, clarinet, oboes, timbales and basses.
At the end of the concert, maestro Reyes Bonilla and the Musicians of the Camerata Mazatlán received a strong applause and emotional words of appreciation from the mayor Benítez Torres.
“We are working to detonate Mazatlan in all aspects, culture is one of our strongest points and we will develop it in all its expressions (…) I congratulate all those who participated today, I feel honored and proud of their work and I am I’m sure that with the appointment of Maestro Reyes, the work of the Camerata Mazatlán will be strengthened. “