The Novelis Project Honduras tour July 2007 The Victoriano Lopez School of Music in San Pedro Sula
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It rook place a The Jose Francisco Saybe Theater a state of the art theater, a true magical experience. Once on stage all the lights were turned off and only four spot lights where place on the quartet members. You could feel every note vibrating through our bodies while playing the passionate tangos from our Latin repertoire.
Tela is located in the Caribbean cost of Honduras. The Poulenc String Quartet was the first chamber music group ever to perform in this house of culture.
The people from Tela made us feel at home, playing in this new building was a real treat, the acoustics were Incredible!
Native artists had their art display all over the building.
La Esperanza was
one of the most beautiful places
we had the pleasure to visit perform. The
house of culture was donated by a prominent family from this city. We had to travel three hours to get to this city in the high mountains. We where invited to stay at a “POSADA”
A home that was built in 1845 with a beautiful garden in the center of the home. After experiencing the intense heat in San Pedro Sula, it was a treat to feel the cool weather and breathing the pure air.
We had the honor to
perform at the grand opening
of this house ofculture that took ten years to
be built. One of the members of the arts society of this city
donated their parents wooden
floor that was install on the
stage. The welcoming on this city and
hospitality was overwhelming.
At the end of our performance
we were presented with a
plaque by the
This was one the most
special concerts we gave
on the entire tour.
Santa Rosa’s house of
culture was also the center where children of all ages are given the opportunity to be involved
with the fine arts. In this
building, Classes of ballet,
oil painting, sculpture, flute,
violin and guitar are
provided. Volunteers from
the peace core donate their
services and learn Spanish
at the same time.
end of the concert members of the culture society
thank us by giving us handmade flower arrangements
and thunderous applause.
of these beautiful people is something we will never forget.
We want to let the entire world know that Honduras is a beautiful country full of beautiful who highly value fine arts.