Mexican Oaxaca region to be shown to Romanian public

Newsroom 15/10/2014 | 13:06

Mexican colors, textures, sounds and flavors will occupy the National Village Museum between October 22-29, in an event entitled the Mexico Cultural Week: The presentation of Oaxaca region in Romania.

Visitors can see Guelaguetza, a famous Mexican object, traditional Oaxaca dances,  collective exhibition of engravings entitled No estaban muertos andaban de parranda, an aisle for dead persons, Mezcal drinks, traditional music.

Full program of the event:

October 22:

18.00 – opening, Mezcal drinks tasting, the aisle for dead persons installation, the collective exhibition of engravings, Yaneth Venegas’s concert

October 23:

18.00 – traditional dance performed by Yuhuaentitled “México, sus danzas, música y tradición”, Mezcal drinks tasting, Yaneth Venegas’s concert

October 24:

19.00 – Yaneth Venegas’s concert

October 25:

17.00 –  traditional dance performed by Yuhuaentitled “México, sus danzas, música y tradición”, Yaneth Venegas’s concert

October 26:

17.00 – traditional dance performed by Yuhuaentitled “México, sus danzas, música y tradición”, Yaneth Venegas’s concert

October 28:

18.00 – Reduta Cultural Center Brasov

– traditional dance performed by Yuhuaentitled “México, sus danzas, música y tradición”, Yaneth Venegas’s concert

October 29:

 18.00 – closing ceremony at the National Peasant Museum, traditional dance performed by Yuhuaentitled “México, sus danzas, música y tradición”, Mezcal drinks tasting, Yaneth Venegas’s concert

Oana Vasiliu

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