Mexico Embassy to Celebrate National Day at Cairo Opera House



Thu, 28 Sep 2017 - 05:27 GMT


Thu, 28 Sep 2017 - 05:27 GMT

Photo of both Zulyamir Lopezrios and Santiago Piñeirúa  -                  File Photo

Photo of both Zulyamir Lopezrios and Santiago Piñeirúa - File Photo

CAIRO - 28 September 2017: Mexico Embassy will celebrate Mexico National Day in Cairo Opera House’s small theater on September 29.

In collaboration with the Mexican Embassy in Cairo, Mexico National Institute of Fine Arts, and the Foreign Cultural Relations Sector, the Egyptian Opera House will host a concert of the soprano artist Zulyamir Lopezrios accompanied by pianist Santiago Piñeirúa on September 29, at 8:00 p.m. The performance will include a collection of famous Mexican songs and a range of classical world compositions to be presented on Cairo Opera House small theater.

The Soprano artist Zulyamir Lopezrios belongs to an artistic family, graduated from the Conservatoire of Mexico, her artistic life exceeds 22 years. Lopezrios has made many successful performances in various countries of the world and won the crowds and the critics’ admiration.

As for the Pianist Santiago Piñeirúa, he began his musical studies at the age of four and received a master's degree from Manhattan Music University in New York City. He participated in successful performances with the most famous orchestras of different countries including the United States of America, Spain, England, Italy, Austria, Hungary, Algeria and Tunisia. He has won several local and international awards.

Earlier, the Mexican Embassy in Cairo celebrated the Mexican Day of Independence, in the presence of many ambassadors of Central and South American and European Union (EU) countries, in addition to young political activists.

The Day of Independence (also known as the Cry of Dolores) is the day of the revolt against “Spaniards” on September 16, 1810, when father Miguel Hidalgo gave a historic speech, motivating people to fight against Spanish soldiers in Mexico. Hidalgo was captured during the War of Independence and executed. Mexico was declared independent on September 28, 1821.





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