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De Universidad de Arizona, Edgar Ricaúd Saldivar canta Stille Tränen, Op. 35, No. 10 de R. Schumann Acompañado por Fernando López al piano .

October 12, 2012
Twenty three students from Santa Cruz County schools performed themes in voice, piano, violin, cello, guitar and dance on Friday, October 5 at the Young Talented Musicians Concert 2012 in its second edition.

The event, organized by the Consulate General of Mexico in Nogales, Arizona, the Cultural Arts Committee of Nogales and coordinated by Sandra Kory, delighted the audience at the James K. Clark Performing Arts Center at Nogales High School with young musical talents of Arizona-Sonora region.

In addition to pieces of classical music and opera, the audience applauded themes such as Voy a Apagar la Luz/Contigo Aprendi by Armando Manzanero, sang by special guests Edgar Saldivar Ricaud from The University of Arizona in Tucson, and Guillermo López Gutiérrez, tenor from Hermosillo, Sonora. They were accompanied by Fernando Lopez G. on the piano.

Also from Nogales, Sonora, Juan Angel Lopez, accompanied by Juan Lopez, sang Tengo Ganas de un Beso by Agustín Lara, and violinist Hannah Millner also of the University of Arizona, played Partita in D minor
by J. S. Bach.


Where Beauty Dwells by S. Rachmaninoff and Liebeslid by Rachmaninoff – Kreisler were played by pianist Pokie Huang, special guest from New York.

Events like this are positive activities for new generations because it helps their intellectual growth, organizers agreed.

“Supporting these initiatives is a social responsibility, as members of a community we all should have an active participation in promoting art and culture,” said Kory.

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