The Talented Young Musicians Concert 2012 event is back, and will be celebrated next Friday October 5 to delight once again this border community.
The concert, which captured the eyes of hundreds of spectators last year, was designed mainly by The Consulate General of Mexico in Nogales, Arizona, to establish a platform for artistic promises and to expose the public with a unique presentation of young talent.
For most participants this event marks the first opportunity they have to perform on stage. The Consulate, along with the Arts and Culture Committee in Nogales and event coordinator, Sandra Kory, believe there is a strong interest in having family and educational events in this county to extol the talent of young people in positive activities. In addition to improving the image of Ambos Nogales, its residents can be proud of their new generations.
“Supporting events related to music and art is a strong stimulus to the intellectual development of young people,” Kory said.
The organizers agree that the city needs a wider spreading of cultural and artistic events in Nogales, Arizona.
“Supporting these initiatives is a social duty, as members of a community should have a more active to promote art and culture,” said Kory.
It is expected around 26 exponents in the categories piano, vocal, violin and dance, and there will be special guests from Nogales Sonora, Hermosillo, Tucson and New York.
The concert will take place on October 5 at 6:00 pm at the James K. Clark Performing Arts Center at Nogales High School located in 1905 N. Apache Blvd. Admission is free.
About 400 people attended to the first concert on 2011, and it’s expected to exceed the number of audience this year.