Today, Saturday, December 17 at 8:00 pm at the Historical Museum of the North, Caseros 549, there will be a performance by the Choir of the Secretariat for the Elderly.
The activity is part of the Night of the Museums and as a proposal originated from the Secretary for the Elderly together with the Culture Secretary through the Children and Youth Symphony Orchestra of Salta.
This choral experience is currently made up of approximately 100 choristers who have made the rehearsal space their own and expressed how important it is for them to learn to sing and share it with their peers.
The proposal began keeping in mind that there are many elders who, for one reason or the other, postponed their desire to sing and expressed their desire to fulfill that dream on different occasions.
The teacher in charge of the classes is Ariel Muñoz, who with her professionalism and charisma was able to reach that public with her desire to learn. There will be two presentations later this year, one tonight at 8:00 pm at Historical Cabildo and the next on Monday, December 19th at 9:00 pm at the San Francisco Church. Both with free admission.
secretary for the elderly, Juan Carlos Villamayor, expressed his happiness to see that so many people are fulfilling their dreams of singing today and said that “no matter how old we are, we can always keep learning.” During this, he thanked the culture secretary. diego ashurTo the Director of the Infanto Juvenile Orchestra, Caroline Pineda And to the musicians and director of the orchestra who will be accompanying the choir to the elders tonight.