México, Saturday , January 19 , 2019 11:40 hrs.
Science & Tech
Juan O'Gorman remembered 37 years after his death
Mexico (Notimex).- The National Institute of Fine Arts and Literature (INBAL, for its acronym in Spanish) recalled on January 18 Juan O'Gorman, one of the most important and influential artists of the twentieth century in Mexico, 37 years after his death.
O'Gorman, considered the father of modern architecture, was born on July 6, 1905 in the capital of the country.
The artist introduced functionalism...
Isaac Hernández successfully presents the "Swan Lake" in England
London, (Notimex) .- Mexican dancer Isaac Hernandez, with his company English National Ballet, successfully presented "The Swan Lake" at the London Coliseum.
The version of the ballet he played was created in 1997 by the choreographer Derek Deane, designed for the theaters with a proscenium arch, the most common design in those spaces during the eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Caves in Guerrero are setting for Adrian Justus concert
Placaya (Notimex) - The caves of Cacahuamilpa, in the state of Guerrero, were the setting for a concert by violinist Adrian Justus and the Philarmonic Orchestra of Acacpulo.
The concert was part of the 81st anniversary of the National Silver Fair.
The pieces featured in the concert were by composer Camile Senssant and ended with the traditional Mexican song "Cielito Lindo".
A day before, Justus...
Oaxaca celebrates Revolution Day
Oaxaca (Notimex) - The state of Oaxaca celebrated the 108th anniversary of the Mexican Revolution with public parades led by the state's police and military personnel.
The parade took place along the central streets of Oaxaca city.
Taking part in the parade were two monumental flags, 2,319 athletes, 39 support vehicles, four parade floats, 20 motorbikes, 22 dogs and 15 horses, among others.