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This Friday, December 15th, from 4 pm to 8 pm, Artwalk returns to the central patio of the Sinaloa Tourism Secretariat -located at Venus # 1, Centro, a few steps from the Monument to “The Beatles” – with the performance of Marimbatlán that will offer the public a joyful repertoire to enjoy and dance to the rhythm of the sound of the traditional marimba.

Max Carreón, who directs Marimbatlán and percussion teacher at the Municipal Arts Center of the Municipal Instituto de Cultura, Turismo y Arte de Mazatlán, explained that on this occasion the performances will be pure marimba, it will be a repertoire more focused on traditional music, happy music with which the public can dance and sing.

In addition to enjoying the performance of Marimbatlán, the public will be able to appreciate and buy crafts made by inhabitants of La Noria, Concordia, Copala, Aguacaliente de Gárate, Navolato, El Quelite, Mocorito and El Rosario.

When inviting the local population to participate in the Camino del Arte, maestro Max Carreon shared his experience participating in the previous event:

Our participation in Artwalk has been very pleasant because Americans and Canadians obtain a very enriching experience, they have access to gastronomy, crafts, dance and music, that is, to the creative manifestations that we have and finally all this is what Americans, Canadians and Mexicans search in Mazatlán, responded the renowned percussionist musician.

Furthermore, they enjoy and spread these events because they contemplate the traditional, the regional and the native, they look for folklore and precisely the Ministry of Tourism (of Sinaloa) has integrated all these elements (so that in its facilities) there is even a drink tasting crafts, they try sauces and stews and take a very illustrative tour, added maestro Max.

“For Marimbatlán it is an honor to be on the agenda of the Ministry of Tourism and to be integrated into these activities where the cultural and artistic values of the region are presented.”

“I would invite the general public to attend so that they can appreciate the paintings, the carvings that come from Sonora and Nayarit and that obviously the atmosphere is set very well with the sound and rhythm of Marimbatlán,” concludes maestro Max Carreón.

Éste artículo fue publicado en Artistic Education Press, Press. .

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