The 51st International Cervantino Festival was inaugurated
GUANAJUATO.- “Art and culture have no party and bring people unity in these complex times, with difficult issues around the world,” said Ken Salazar, United States ambassador to Mexico, during the inauguration of the 51st International Festival Cervantino (FIC), in the Alhóndiga de Granaditas Museum.
And he added: "We see the integration of North America more and more (closer) every day and we know that we are going to solve the challenges we have together, not separately, because the families of the US and Mexico are one family."
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During the ceremony, prior to the “Broadway goes to Hollywood” concert — which performed a selection of hits from Broadway and Hollywood musicals with the University of Guanajuato Symphony Orchestra — the Secretary of Culture Alejandra Frausto highlighted Cervantes' offer and confirmed that This will be his last participation in the FIC.
For her part, Mariana Aymerich, director of the FIC, recalled that in this edition more than two thousand artists from 31 countries will perform on stage in 16 forums, and announced the delivery of the Cervantes prizes to the performing group Los Juglares, as well as to the oboist and harpsichord maker, Gijs de Graaf, and for the sisters María and Tolita Figueroa, costume and set designers for theatre, dance, opera, cinema and multimedia.
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