Free: 173 musicians will participate in concert this Christmas Day

Five institutions come together to decorate Christmas Day with music for the whole family, in a virtual concert in which 173 musicians will participate, who will perform 13 pieces that lift the spirit on December 25.

The AES Dominicana Foundation, the ITABO Electricity Generating Company, the Ministry of Culture, the General Directorate of Fine Arts, the National Conservatory of Music and Berklee College of Music, are the entities that sponsor the activity to enjoy from home from the 9:00 pm on CDN, channel 37 and the Foundation’s social networks.

Young talented students from the National Conservatory of Music participate, representing the future of culture and musicality in the Dominican Republic. 12 groups will enter the scene, each led by their teacher.

Guitars, Flutes, Bass, Drums, Piano, Saxophone, Electric Bass, Clarinets, Cello, Drums, Violin, Viola, Trumpet, Double Bass, Oboe, Percussion, Timpani, Tuba, Horns, Fargot and Trombone will serve as accompaniment to the voices of the Choir of the National Conservatory of Music.

Since 2015, the AES Dominicana Foundation has maintained an alliance with Berklee College of Music through which it has awarded more than 30 full scholarships to young Dominicans to participate in the summer program of the prestigious music academy based in Boston, United States.

Four of the students awarded by the AES Dominicana Foundation – and who are currently at Berklee College of Music – are part of the musical delivery.

“With these actions we have been consistently promoting and investing in professionals who will form the basis for the creation of exportable cultural services and goods and the development of a true Orange Economy,” said Edwin De los Santos, president of the AES Dominicana Foundation.

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This fruitful relationship – adds De los Santos – has served as a bridge for students to continue auditioning at Berklee and thanks to this, many have been benefited with full or partial tuition to continue their studies and training at the prestigious university “.

He indicated that the concert will not only present the country with a musical range of young talents with skills in the execution of different instruments, but that it constitutes a Christmas gift as a contribution to the spiritual wealth of all Dominicans.

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