In a great event that will remain for the history of Mazatlan, Bahia Avenue was the ideal stage where thousands of Mazatlan families witnessed the ballet of “The Nutcracker”, as well as the lighting of the Interactive Christmas Lights Show, both events free, and the attendees fell in love with them.
Thanks to the initiative of the Mayor of Mazatlan, Luis Guillermo Benitez Torres, to take culture to the different points of the municipality, the Instituto de Cultura, Turismo y Arte de Mazatlan presented the show outside the Angela Theater Peralta for the first time in the history of the port, and made it free. More than 100 dancers went on stage, while in the orchestra, Maestro Enrique Patron de Rueda directed the Camerata Mazatlan.
Attendees witnessed how the Christmas classic is still valid after more than 200 years of its creation, this time Maestro Guillermo Carrillo headed the choreography the students of the Classical Ballet School of the Municipal Center of the Arts, and members of the Classical Ballet Company of Sinaloa.
The CMA Children’s Choir, directed by Maestra Mariela Angulo, was responsible for adorning the melodic voices of the effects of the work that the audience applauded at all times.
The light show will be free until January 8, and will be at 6:00 p.m., 7:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m, it will last 20 minutes to the sound of classical music.
At the end of “The Nutcracker”, the members of the CMA Children’s Choir sang a Christmas medley, leaving the thousands of spectators very happy.