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It is our pleasure to invite you to this year´s Winter Concert on December 16th, 7 pm at the Auditorio. With the support and commitment of the CREM staff and director/conductor Emmanuel Medeles, every year the repertoire of these gifted, diligent and enthusiastic young musicians becomes more interesting and advanced. We are delighted to announce that the programme for this concert includes Johann Sebastian Bach´s Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G Major played by the CREM orchestra. Two students will perform Bach´s Concerto for Two Violins in D minor, accompanied by the orchestra. Furthermore, the youth choir will perform a mixed repertoire including various Christmas Carols. Tickets are available at Diane Pearl, Notaría 2 (Chula Vista), Auditorio de la Ribera and Dental del Lago. Do not miss this concert. Not only will you have a beautiful evening with delightful music, you are also supporting a positive and encouraging youth project in our community.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Ehécatl An original puppet theatre production based on an Aztec legend. Ajijic, Jalisco – April, 2017 – Ehécatl An original puppet theatre production based on an Aztec legend comes to Ajijic, Mexico in April, 2017. Come enjoy the exclusive, world premiere of a most eclectic and creative production. Art Xik Xik and the Teatro CoyolliIzel present Ehécatl, an original puppet theatre production based on an Aztec legend on Saturday, April 22nd, 2017 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. in a lovely, private chapel in upper Ajijic, Mexico. The presentation is a fundraiser for Butterflies en Mexico (BEM), A.C. BEM is a local, not-for-profit charity that empowers youth to make healthy life choices. www.gomariposa.org. BEM does this in 3 ways through its programs: anti-violence education in the Chapala public schools, community development in our neighborhoods and through vocational training projects that assist local youth in obtaining cost of living wages and employment. On April 22nd, 2017 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. our lovely residential chapel will be transformed into a formal puppet theatre. Our afternoon starts at 5 p.m. with valet parking, wine bar and catered appetizers. At 6 p.m. our exclusive group of guests will take their seats to experience the world premiere presentation of Ehécatl. In the Aztec legend of the god of wind, Ehécatl appears on the breath of all living beings and in the breezes that bring the rain clouds for the crops. His breath initiates the movement of the sun, announces and moves the rain and brings life to that which is still. Based on an Aztec legend, using original, pre-hispanic style puppets, Ehécatl the god of wind, falls in love with a human named Mayáhuel. Mayáhuel was human at a time when people still could not love one another. Ehécatl gave all humanity the ability to love so that Mayáhuel could respond to the passion of the gods and reciprocate his love. Book by Izel Paz Villegas, Fabiola Paz Villegas and Fco. Nava. © 2017. Direction by Abril Iñiguez. This evening of magic and culture should not be missed! Please join us on Saturday April 22nd, 2017 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at a private residence in upper Ajijic, Mexico for the world premiere of Ehécatl. Admission is $500 pesos per person. (Includes valet parking, music, catered appetizers, one complimentary drink ticket and the theatre production) Tickets on sale at Dianne Pearl Colecciones. Only 50 tixs available. We hope to see you there!