Entre Ríos children’s and youth musical groups grow

Entre Ríos children’s and youth musical groups grow
Entre Ríos children’s and youth musical groups grow

The Entre Ríos Youth Orchestras, Ensembles and Choirs program will celebrate this new formation with a presentation open to the entire community in Gualeguaychú after the incorporation of Yaguarí Guazú.

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The event will be on Tuesday at 3 p.m. at the Gualeguaychú Theater, located at Urquiza 705. On the occasion of the formation event, the protagonists will be the Alberto Soriano Orchestra of Concepción del Uruguay, the Discantus Choir of Concordia and the Romina Iturain Orchestra of Paraná, who They will welcome the new formation and will provide a show with a varied repertoire. Admission will be free of charge, until the capacity of the room is exhausted. Cultural authorities of the city and the province will accompany the activity.

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The name Yaguarí Guazú comes from the Guaraní expression that means “large otter.” The orchestral formation will be focused on wind instruments. The group will operate at the Néstor Carlos Kirchner Community Integration Center and will offer flute, double bass, violin and cello workshops. The Entre Ríos Orchestras, Ensembles and Choirs program has been developed since 2012 in the province, guaranteeing access to this cultural asset to children and young people from 7 to 21 years old who wish to learn to read music and play an instrument. They take place in different neighborhoods of the cities of Paraná, Concordia, Concepción del Uruguay and San José. Each group has a director, instrument teachers (symphonic and popular), musical language teachers and integrative teachers (with training in Social Work, Psychology and Educational Sciences). It is aimed at children and young people who attend the headquarters schools where each group takes place and the surrounding neighborhoods. These are primary and secondary schools, with a common and comprehensive modality, located in areas of social inequality in the province.



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