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The kind soul of the Ángela Peralta Choir came to light again Thursday night when its voices offered a Gala Zarzuela for two pianos to benefit the Mazatlán Orphanage.

The public was able to enjoy the most celebrated of the Spanish musical genre with the stellar performance of Marysol Calles, Juan Fernando Martínez and maestro Antonio González, founder of the Ángela Peralta Choir, who shared the piano accompaniment with his disciple, maestro Sergio Castellanos.

More than fifty artists made this fun and charitable musical evening possible, in which maestra María Murillo, Director of the polyphonic group belonging to the Instituto de Cultura, Turismo y Arte de Mazatlán.

Some of the pieces performed were: Preludio de El Barberillo de Lavapiés; La java de las viudas, Pichi y Los nardos de Las Leandras; Los vareadores y Mazurca de las sombrillas de Luisa Fernanda; and Carceleras de las Hijas del Zebedeo, among others.

At the beginning of the event, Dr. Gloria López Gavito, on behalf of the board of the Orphanage, infinitely thanked the support of the public, the Ángela Peralta Choir, maestos María Murillo and Antonio González and the Instituto de Cultura de Mazatlán, directed by Raúl Rico González, since Their participation in this annual event helped raise resources to cover the needs of the Orphanage that provides love, care, shelter, food, clothing, education and medical assistance to girls living in highly vulnerable conditions.

“We thank you because it is difficult to take into account that this work takes many years but that it bears fruit every day when we see girls making decisions, when we see girls becoming interested in other things like music, like the examples we have here, when they want to play an instrument, when they want to learn to play soccer, when they want to learn to box, all those things, all those wonders, are what encourage us to continue on this path,” she highlighted.

Currently, the Mazatlán Orphanage assists girls through different programs, girls without or with the care of parents who are part of the voluntary shelter program because their family is going through such a difficult situation that they cannot guarantee their human rights.

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

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