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Tuesday 26th March 2024.

March 26, 2024


Isaac Casals

Special guest this morning in the eight o’clock hour.  Maestro Isaac Casals, director of Concertante Symphony Foundation of Panama.

Concertante Symphony Foundation of Panama and South Florida Youth Symphony join forces in a unique concert at the Balboa Theater
Music transcends borders and enriches cultures, and it is in this spirit that the Concertante Symphony Foundation of Panama (FUNSINCOPA) and South Florida Youth Symphony come together to present an unprecedented event at the Balboa Theater in Panama next Wednesday, March 27.

In this symphonic collaboration, teacher Marjorie J. Hahn, executive and music director of South Florida Youth Symphony, will lead a select mix of musicians from both orchestras. This international musical meeting not only promises exciting performances, but also a celebration of friendship between talented young people from the United States and Panama.
Under the direction of FUNSINCOPA’s guest director, Víctor Mata, and under the direction of prominent hosts such as Richard A. Zogaib and Lowell R. Thomas of South Florida Youth Symphony, the program will include a varied selection of classic and contemporary pieces. From Handel’s majesty to Ginastera’s vitality, attendees will enjoy a repertoire that will delight all musical tastes.
Admission to this cultural event, titled “Concert of the Americas”, is completely free, although a donation is requested to support FUNSINCOPA scholarship projects and encourage the musical development of talented young people.

Also Ingrid checks in and the problem she was facing with her teeth is on the mend. Yazmin checks who was born on this day in the world of music, and today 1944 – Diana Ross American singer, The Supremes (1964 UK & US No.1 single ‘Baby Love’ plus over 20 other US & UK Top 40 hits). Solo (1980 US No.1 single ‘Upside Down, 1986 UK No.1 single ‘Chain Reaction’). During the 1960s The Supremes became Motown’s most successful act, and is to this day the United States’ most successful vocal group. As part of the Supremes, her success made it possible for future African-American R&B and soul acts to find mainstream success.

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