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Cuenca Symphony, presents a new cycle of teaching concerts

The Cuenca Symphony Orchestra under the baton of maestro Michael Meissner, Guest Conductor, presents its new series of Educational Concerts to be held on Thursday 6, and Friday 7, October in the theater of the House of Culture at 9 and 11, for a population of approximately 4,400 beneficiaries, results of coordination with about 25 educational institutions of the city of Cuenca. We are excited about this new musical adventure, as in all our educational concerts, children attending have experienced an indescribable and unique emotion because for a large majority this wonderful encounter with classical music happens first.

We appreciate the reception of all public and private educational institutions of the city of Cuenca, as well as the support of the Zonal Coordination of Education No. 6, which provided the respective permits for institutions that have confirmed their desire to attend. Thanks also for the particular efforts of teachers, principals and principals who mobilized to be beneficiaries of our educational concerts. On this occasion we will have students of Educational Units: Immaculate, Julio Maria Matovelle, Doce de Abril, Francisco Febres Cordero, Federico Proaño, Fe y Alegría, Francisca Davila, Good Hope, CEDEI School, Bell Academy, Panama, Manuela Cañizares, San Luis Beltran, Daydreams, Ignacio Escandon, Octavio Cordero Palacios, Zoila Esperanza Palacio, Dolores J. Torres, Gabriela Mistral, Joel Monroy, Zoila Aurora Palacios, Ausubel High School, Huayna Capac, Mary Corylé,

The repertoire is: Pirates of the Caribbean, by Klaus Badelt with arrangement by Ted Ricketts, Machine Escribir by Leroy Anderson, the third movement of the Toy Symphony by Leopold Mozart, Bringing Young People to the Orchestra by Benjamin Britten, Star Wars by John Williams - arrangement by Michael Meissner, and Corridor Ecuatoriano No. 4 of Jorge Luis Valverde.

Ms. Ana Vázquez Dávila.
Public relations officer, Symphony Orchestra Of Cuenca