With the fine notes of artists Laura Hauer on the piano, Fernando Montes De Oca on the viola and Luz Urquidy on the cello, accompanied by the melodic voice of Marisol Calles, “Noches de Primavera” was a pleasant musical evening at the beginning of the activities of the fourth week of the Spring Season 2021.
The Instituto Municipal de Cultura, Turismo y Arte de Mazatlán directed by Lic. José Ángel Tostado Quevedo, presented a quality show, where the musicians on stage did a superb job, while when entering, the staff applied the correct health prevention and safety measures so the public was safe.
The musical night began with the Cello Concerto in C major, by Antonio Vivaldi, a piece that moved those present.
Other musical pieces that were sung during the evening were that of great musicians such as Camille Saint-Saëns, Ludwig Van Beethoven and Gianni Schicchi.
For the closing they remembered the Mexicans Consuelo Velázquez, with her masterpiece “Bésame Mucho”, as well as Gonzalo Curiel from Jalisco with “Vereda Tropical”, to end with “Alfonsina y el mar”, an inspiration from the Argentine Ariel Ramírez, songs that were worth the recognition of the select group with a solemn ovation that ended the night.