Mazatlán vibrates with the celebration of Music Day


More than 2,500 people joined the second of two days of activities, where dancing and singing were immediate

Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- The Machado square dressed up as a party and celebration on Music Day. The place was full, where entire families, from children to seniors, enjoyed varied genres  from hip hop to classical music.

More than 2 thousand 500 people joined the second of two days of activities, which are part of the Spring Season.

Celebrate with music

The first to go on stage was the group 2034 (which seeks to offer a different proposal when addressing issues of social interest) on Friday June 7, putting a great atmosphere when the sun was not yet hidden. Among the songs they performed were Girasoles, Peregrinos and Ponme atencion.

After a brief rest and with a change of artist, Giovani Figueroa began singing, who was accompanied by Ignacio Chávez and Alberto López.

The natives of Guadalajara took the audience on a journey through jazz, from classical themes to a novel proposal with drums and other elements of strong sound. They played pieces by Nate Smith and Kenny Garrett. 

At 9:00 p.m., he performed his performance at the Ángela Peralta Choir, under the direction of María Murillo. For this special occasion they gave life to the pieces Los nardos, Paloma’s song, Cállate corazón, Amor de mi vida, Can not be, Tell me yes, Never say, Swear, Granada , among others.

They made a very special selection in the show that was titled Echoes of Mexico and Spain. Óscar Gómez, Itzel Furichi and Tania Barrón were among the invited soloists . 

To close that special night, the False Cuban Orchestra put a great atmosphere in the famous square. To the sound of jazz they delighted with El manisero, Llorarás and Perfume de gardenias , among others.

Space for everyone

In an interview with EL DEBATE, the artistic director of the Institute of Culture said that with the events held on June 7 and 8, the aim is to bring families together and offer quality shows free of charge to both the Mazatlan people and their visitors. 

He stressed that for this edition they sought to bring some artists from Guadalajara, others from Mexico City, with the intention that there would be a proposal for all tastes. He said that for the first day they had a very good response from the people and there was a total crowded in the Machado square.

Source: el debate

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