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Great musical delight was provided by the members of Camerata Mazatlán at the Chamber Music Concert evening, which took place before a full house at the Casa Haas facilities.

The event was the first of two scheduled, the second will be held next Friday, September 8th at Casa Haas at 7:00 p.m.; There will be free admission with printed ticket available at the box office of the Ángela Peralta Theater.

For this occasion, the musical program was a selection of pieces by great composers, among them: Amadeus Mozart, Wilson Osburne, Henri Rabaud; They also performed melodies from the Japanese anime world, as well as a series of Klezmer music themes, surprising everyone present.

Soloist Mitzy Burgueño opened the show with “Rhapsody”, Osburne’s creation in 1958.

Soloist Israel Peralta, on the clarinet, and Raziel Pineda, on the piano, made an ensemble to interpret “Op. 10 by Henri Rabud”, a solo for piano and clarinet competition.

Shortly after, Frida Fernández, Orlando Idrovo and Miguel Rivera took the stage to play three songs calling the performance “Mozart’s life”, a participation made up of the pieces “Little nocturnal serenade”, “Queen of the night”, and “Rondona turca”, melodies that were loudly applauded.

The magic of Japanese anime was present in the room where the artists Martín Quintero, Adriana Arámburo, Angelina Blanchet, Frida Zebadua, Luis Corrales and Sergio Castellanos performed representative themes from films such as Princess Mononoke, Dragon Boy and Kiki Servicio a domicilio.

The musical end of the night was a surprise for those present, since artists Omar Ríos, Nina Farvarshchuk, Israel Peralta, Jorge Mejía, Pablo López and Max Torres, performed Klezmer songs, little-known songs that are characterized by their joy and which were enjoyed by the attendees.

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

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