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Oh, yeah. As you have already read on this site, in the city of Santa Fe there are several classics. Football, with Columbus and Union, the Santa Fe Coronda swimming Marathon, the Procession to theSanctuary of the Virgin of Guadalupe , river fish dishes, plain cold. But there is also the classic of “the classic”, which takes place every Thursday between March and November at the Provincial Cultural Center. There, musicians and lovers of classical music meet weekly, religiously.
At 20, an orderly line begins to form from the foyer, exiting towards the sidewalk and extending to the corner.If it rains or gets cold, the row becomes a tight snail inside the foyer, waiting for the doors to open, 15 minutes before the show starts on time.
Sometimes you hear contained sighs from the ladies who see the orchestra's shift director arrive, wearing a sheathed hanger that keeps the frack that he will use in more minutes.
The Provincial Symphony Orchestra is a pride for the city and, in these weekly recitals with free admission , it displays all its virtuosity in performances with the participation of its own soloists and guests, and offering excellence to the baton of its director or a guest director.
Santa Fe also has that traditional side in the “musical palate” of its village. A significant number of Santafesinos, without age distinctions , enjoy classical music with passion.
At the end, these music lovers leave the place delighted by the gift of art, carrying in their hands the program for the next event. Thus, the classic of classical music is not interrupted and never disappoint.
Publication Date: 19/02/2020
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