The moment was of integration among the Choir singers. Photo: Jessica Dona
Serprati Choir members received on Thursday (19) the visit of E´boca Choir from Santiago, Chile, for an exchange of knowledge. The reception to the Chileans at Prati-Donaduzzi headquarters in Toledo was made with a lot of music. This is the second time Chileans have come to industry.
Serprati Choir performed first and sang ‘Onde Deus possa me ouvir’ (Vander Lee) and ‘Eu só quero um Xodó’ (Gonzaguinha). Then, E´boca Choir performed several presentations and the members got a standing ovation.
“It is a very rich exchange of experiences. We tighten this bond through music. They enjoyed coming here and we enjoyed welcoming them and sharing some of the Brazilian songs”, said Serprati Choir conductor, Gerson Giese.
According to Chilean Choir conductor, Ricardo Curihuinca, this work has been carried out for 12 years. The group is made up of 28 people, who are dedicated to making music. "We were happy to sing in companies like Prati. We are used to theater stages. Today, we gave a different performance." Besides passing through Paraná, they performed presentations in Asunción, Paraguay.
Prati-Donaduzzi supports Serprati Choir through the Rouanet Law of the Ministry of Culture. The realization of the project is the result of a partnership with the Prati-Donaduzzi Recreational Sports Society (Serprati). Extended to industry employees, the essence is learning about music. Members perform at internal and external events.
Serprati Choir is already preparing for the traditional Christmas performance, which is scheduled for December 13. Photo: Jéssica Dona
Serprati Choir is already preparing for the traditional Christmas performance, which is scheduled for December 13. The concert will be at Toledo Municipal Theater. In early September, it performed at the 9th Institutional Week of the Labor Magistracy in Curitiba.