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Ribera Arts Review – June 30, 2012

The anthem

The 36-voice primary school choir of Ajijic’s Instituto Loyola took the first place in the annual state competition for the singing of the Mexican National Anthem on June 15.

The choir made it to the state finals after having won both district and regional competitions promoted by the Jalisco Education Department (SEP).

Eight schools from all corners of Jalisco took part in the category “schools with music programs and teachers.” The moment of determining the order of performance was very emotional.

Ribera Arts Review - June 23, 2012

All that jazz

It’s their first time in Ajijic and the brass jazz duo Patrick Artero from France and Jean Pierre from Belgium are sure to please purists. They will hold forth on Friday, June 22, 7 p.m. at La Tasca Restaurant. The cover is just 30 pesos. Get set for something special.

Ribera Arts Review - June 16, 2012

From Puerto Rico

A choral group from the University of Puerto Rico will present an excellent program of music from that country on Wednesday, June 20, beginning at 7 p.m. at the Gonzalez Gallo Cultural Center in Chapala. Admission is free.

Ribera Arts Review - June 9, 2012

Art Room

The Beat Colors Art Room, a new Lakeside art gallery located upstairs at Plaza Bugambilias, celebrates its grand opening on Friday, June 15 and Saturday, June 16.

Ribera Arts Review - May 26, 2012

Sunday sing

The next scheduled Sunday Sing will be on Sunday, May 27, at Alicia’s Assisted Living, (Paseo del Lago 9, La Floresta). Singers are hoping to pull at least two of Alicia’s houses together so that more residents can enjoy the music.