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Ready to perform on the Remembrance stage are Sarah Holcombe and the Cuarteto Hermanos Osuna, who will give an exquisite recital made up of boleros and more, this Saturday, June 10th on Dia de la Musica.

At 8:00 p.m., the artists will take the stage set up on Venustiano Carranza street in front of the Art Museum to delight the public with a recital that will be dedicated to love, heartbreak, but also with songs that will invite them to dance.

Emblematic bolero songs will be performed next Saturday, including: “Piel Canela”, “Sabor a mí”, “Noche de Ronda”, “La media vuelta”, “El toro y la luna” and others.

Very happy for the invitation of CULTURA to participate in Dia de la Musica together with Los Hermanos Osuna, an institution of romantic music, Sarah Holcombe expresses:

“The program is very cool, very varied, classic themes, we go from love, to heartbreak and to dancing, the truth is that it is very beautiful, I hope the public likes it because there is a lot of bolero repertoire, many songs so beautiful that reducing it was very difficult”, exclaimed the Mazatlan singer.

Mezzo-soprano Sarah Holcombe has a long career on stage, in 2022, she received an invitation to sing with the Xalapa Symphony Orchestra, one of the oldest and most prestigious in Mexico, with whom she performed at the “Tlaqná” concert hall. OSX official headquarters, under the direction of maestro Enrique Patrón De Rueda.

The Osuna Brothers Quartet is a group founded in 1958; With more than 60 years of experience, they are heartfelt artists from the port. Boleros and ballads are their strengths when they sing about love. In recent years they have added mariachi music and even cumbias to their repertoire, all because of the love and affection they have for their audience.

At the Recuerdo Stage, the musical party will begin with the group Los Cryps, who at 7:00 p.m. will offer a musical tour with songs that were hits in the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s.

At 9:00 p.m., Las Chelas Disco Live Show will arrive with their energy and with a renewed repertoire, they will perform songs that were hits in disco music.

Heidi Herrera, will take the stage at 10:00 p.m. and with her show “What we women sing”, she promises an unforgettable evening.

Éste artículo fue publicado en Press, Spring Season Press. .

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