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untilThe October musical event at the Boquete Library offers a dual presentation. The first portion is provided by the string group of the Mario de Obaldía Alvarado orchestra, directed by the talented and renowned professor Xiomara González. This group will present to us a varied repertoire that includes, among others, the Brandenburg Concertos and Suite Latinoamericana. The second group, known as Trío Monet, comes to us from Costa Rica. Performing on the oboe, horn and piano, they will offer a variety of music, including works by Astor Piazzola, Carlos Gardel and more. Sunday October 27t
So we are busy preparing for our show next Saturday May 6, and I was thinking about the types of music one can find at an assortment of great venues here. So, I just wanted to get some feedback from you all about the types of music you prefer: when dining at a restaurant? When attending a concert? When driving down the road or At home relaxing? When having a drink? When at a party with friends? So far I've noticed the music scene here near Boquete seems to be composed of mainly 3 areas: 1. Jazz & Blues 2. Rock: 60's, 70's & 80's and Oldies/Pop-rock