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Cultural Meeting of Guanajuato Students









By Karla Ortiz


On November 10, students from Loyola High School of Salamanca visited the students of El Pípila High School in San Miguel de Allende. The meeting, organized by the teacher and writer Eva Turrubiates, took place at the Teatro Santa Ana. More than 30 students from Loyola High School performed Mexican compositions by Juan Gabriel and Vicente Fernández and did three demonstrations of Mexican folkloric ballet.

Present at the event were Maestro Javier Gonzalez, director of Loyola High School, Academic Secretary Wendy Gonzalez, teacher of the roundabout María Guadalupe Salgado, and dance teacher Hantehui Gutierrez Castañeda.

During the meeting, teacher Leandro Baeza from El Pípila High School and Maestro Gonzalez from Loyola High School were able to start a conversation through which the students were shown that Salamanca is not a city without heritage and culture, describing some events before the arrival of the refinery. Likewise, along with the cultural demonstration, the young people’s enthusiasm helped to demonstrate that Salamanca is a city full of art and culture. The youths of El Pípila High School applauded and even asked for more, delighted with this event. The main objective of bringing the two groups together was to show San Miguel’s high school that purpose of the cultural workshops is to diversify and prevent loss of the beautiful musical compositions of México and the Mexican folkloric ballet. During the intermissions for costume changes and rearranging seating on stage, the Loyola High School student performed[P1] two tunes that fascinated everyone and drew loud applause.

At the end, students from El Pípila and Loyola were invited to a tour of each of the library’s classrooms, so that they could get to know one of the best libraries in the country.



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