Camagüey, Sep 21. -This Friday will be presented to the Camagüey public the Schola Cantorum Coralina, as part of the national tour that celebrates the 25th anniversary of its founding.
The José Marín Varona concerts hall of this city will receive at 8:30 this evening at the prestigious group, with results of training and creation, backed by more than 20 awards in international contests.
The tickets can be purchased until noon today in the location of the presentation, in Luaces street.
A dozen presentations, organized by the National Centre of Concert Music, take the Scholla Cantorum Coralina nationwide since September 14th and up to the coming 29th, when they will arrive to the Cuban capital.
The work of this institution, founded in 1993 by Professor Alina Orraca, which brings together professors and music students, is distinguished by his expertise and versatility.
Their work has been compiled in seven record productions and includes compositions of the Renaissance, symphonic and choral of all-times and choral singing from Cuba, Latin America and other regions of the world, both sacral and folk. (Dania Díaz Socarrás/ Radio Cadena Agramonte) (Foto: Radio Ciudad Habana)