The General Consulate of Mexico, the Arts and Cultural Committee of Nogales, Arizona, Bowman Senior Residences, Nogales Community Development, Boys and Girls Club of Santa Cruz County and Kory Mercantile, hosted a successful first edition of the “Evenings of Veracruz “At Bowman Senior Residences.
Since April 24th, an enthusiastic group of 10 members of the community took danzón classes, which were taught by the Nogalian Master Eduardo Talavera. These classes were held at the General Consulate of Mexico for free.
Part of the repertoire executed by the “danzoneros” was: “Danzón 2”, “Nereidas”, “Juárez should not have died”, “Almonds”, “My cute Veracruz”, “When the cornettin sings”, “Salón Mexico” Others.
More than 200 members of the community had the opportunity to enjoy the presence of the talented singer and guitarist Iván Orellana, as well as the folkloric ballet, composed of 10 young people from Nogales, Sonora, led by Maestro Eduardo Talavera.
The ambiance of Veracruz covered the facilities of Bowman Senior Residences, as attendees tasted a delicious cup of the traditional “Great Café de la Parroquia” and sweet bread. Additionally, the services of the Health Window and the Financial Advisory Window of the Consulate General of Mexico were available.
The General Consulate of Mexico invites the community of Ambos Nogales to watch the second edition of the “Tardes de Veracruz”, planned for the coming months.