Friday 24 March at 20:30 in the Auditorium of Benilloba, the Choir of the University of Alicante offers a concert with free admission to the capacity of the local.
Choir of the University of Alicante. The Choir of the University of Alicante is a band that combines musical and pedagogical training of its members and the projection of this learning in both academic events as concerts. The Choir of the UA is a musical that is part of the Department for Culture, Sports and Languages. It has several goals, always starting from the base to learn and enjoy singing. Among the main objectives is to train members in the various facets of a heart, both musical, social and cultural, as well as participate and collaborate musically in academic events and institutions of the AU and the concerts are scheduled from the University. In addition, it seeks to enhance exchanges with other choirs, and participation in national and European competitions. Management is, during 2016/17, in Shlomo Rodríguez.
On April 1, will take placein the Auditorium of the work Benilloba tide. And the fish went out to fight against the men.
The work, inspired by texts by Angèlica Liddell and Syrian and Senegalese immigrants currently living in Alicante, addresses the terrible exodus starring daily thousands of people from various destinations in Europe
The auditorium hosts Benilloba Saturday 1 April from 20 hours the play “La Marea. And the pieces salieron fight against Hombres “a staging of the Theater Group of the University of Alicante organized by the University Lecture Hall of Benilloba free entry to fill the hall capacity.
The work, inspired by texts by Angèlica Liddell and Syrian and Senegalese immigrants currently living in Alicante, addresses the terrible exodus starring daily thousands of people from various destinations in Europe. The staging directed by Ivan Jiménez has received critical recognition through various awards, such as the scene in 2016 in Alicante, Catral, Ibi, and Águilas Alhama de Murcia.
“Immigrants are people like you and me.” This is the everyday idea of Ivan Jimenez, director of the tide … we want to convey about the distressing issue of refugees and immigrants in general living Europe today. The same assembly process has been geared towards this purpose. In fact, it has had a base in addition to the texts of Angélica Liddell, the eyewitnesses and Senegalese immigrant Syrians displaced from their countries who live in Alicante. They are specifically a UA student and an employee of a restaurant and his three roommates.
Iván Jiménez said the assembly was a great challenge for students. There was initial text had to build it. Listen in and listen out. Finally, an emotional rehearsal before the real protagonists of stories allowed them to know that the effort was worth it.
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