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The Mexican Grand Prix announced this Thursday that the interpretation of the National anthem during the opening ceremony of the important automobile event in the Mexico City will be in charge of children of the Iztacalco mayor's officewho were chosen through an event-driven contest, the ICN foundation and the E'sMusical schools of the mayor's office.
A total of 8 children from Iztacalco will form the select choral group that will interpret the National Anthem in the #MexicoGP. 🇲🇽🎙🎼
The children were chosen through a contest promoted by the CIE Foundation and the Musical Schools of Iztacalco.
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The select group will be made up of eight children, two of them of Pedagogical Institute for Language Problemswho were previously selected to do the translation into Mexican sign language.
The Iztacalco School of Music is a social program that has three academies, which serve almost 500 children and adolescents seeks to guarantee the right to cultureThere is education of minors, through music as a tool of awareness of values of social inclusion.
The initiative, which will be present next Sunday, October 30 at the Hermanos Rodríguez Autodrome, continues with the effort to promote the participation of children's choral groups from different commands of the country. In previous editions, it has been performed by girls from the Mazahua and Rarámuri communities.
The 2022 Mexican Grand Prix I know will dispute the October 28 to 30 at the Hermanos Rodríguez Autodrome, where the 60 years since the arrival of Formula 1 in our country.
(With information from Mexican Grand Prix)
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