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Cuenca Symphony concerts of tribute to Cuenca and the FEPAPDEM

The Symphony Orchestra of Cuenca committed to the historical events of the city and the celebrations of institutions that have a long journey in achieving their goals, is pleased to offer two concerts this week in the church of El Sagrario (Old Cathedral): on Friday, December 1, at 8 PM. The VIII Concert of the II Season 2017, in homage to the city of Cuenca on the 18th anniversary of the declaration as Cultural Heritage of Humanity; and on Sunday, December 3, at 11. This family concert is a tribute to the Ecuadorian Federation Pro Attention to the Persons with Intellectual Disability, Autism, Cerebral Palsy and Down Syndrome -FEPAPDEM- on its 30th Anniversary.

These important events that have free entry until full capacity, will be under the direction of Maestro Patricio Mora Yanza, invited director and have the participation of renowned local artists: Paola Montalván, María Rosa Jerves, Cristina Vallejo, Sandra Argudo, Felipe Albornoz , Juan Carlos Cerna and Bolívar Sarmiento as Guest Soloists.

The repertoire is as follows: Symphonic Watercolor, Obertura de Luis Torres Gómez, Confession by Enrique Espín Yépez and Sombrasde Carlos Brito Benavides, sings: Paola Montalván; Longing for Francisco Paredes Herrera and Almohada by Jorge Adán Torres, sings: Felipe Albornoz; Missing you from Carlos Falquez Betancourt and Contigo in the distance of Cesar Portillo de la Luz, sings: María Rosa Jerves; Samba I said yes! by Carlos Arízaga Toral and To my beautiful Cuenca de Jhonny Vallejo Yépez, sings: Cristina Vallejo; I'm here by Raphael and La Barca by Roberto Cantoral, who sings: Juan Carlos Cerna, Song of the Andes by Constantino Mendoza and El Triste by Roberto Cantoral, sings: Sandra Argudo. To close this evening of homage, all the artists sing the emblematic compositions together. That's why I love you Cuenca de Carlos Ortiz Cobos and Chola Cuencana by Rafael Carpio Abad.

As always, we wish all of you to enjoy together the passion for music.
Ana Dávila Vázquez. Manager, Cuenca Symphony Orchestra