In its fourth stop, the program of the Knowledge Park and singer-songwriter Jorge Suligoy was in Comandante Andresito. The finishing touch of the activities of Tras la Huella de Andresito started on Wednesday was this Saturday in the central square of the town.
It was a night of recognition and dissemination of the music of local artists, where local mayor Bruno Beck and his team from the local Culture Department also participated.
The artists who performed with Suligoy were Dr. Walter Castañeda, Hugo Cámara, Franco Toledo, Gabriela Márquez in a duet with Santiago Silveira, and Eduardo Koide with Celestino Balbuena.
As in the previous opportunities, all the artists had the support of Imanol and Iñaki Suligoy, Cacho Bernal on percussion and Néstor Acuña on piano and accordion.
Recited recitals, accordions, guitars and even sertaneja music, so characteristic of the border area with Brazil, were combined.
In the days before the closing of the program, talks were given in educational establishments in the town, where the need to strengthen the values and the legacy of Andresito Guacurarí through history and music was highlighted.
Then, in the local library, musical clinics were offered to local artists, both in singing and instrument interpretation.
The Three Years Common Baccalaureate, the Obedient Andrés Guacurarí Institute, the San Andrés School, the BOP fifty four of the Paraje Cabure-í and the School 436, Perito Zacarías Sánchez were visited for two days.
Now comes the town of San Pedro, from April 25 to 27 and then the gala night, next May 24 at the Lyric Theater of the Knowledge Park, where the selected artists will be presented.
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