The National Jazz Orchestra will offer concerts for children in Coyoacán

Is there a jazz lover at home? We have great news, the National Jazz Orchestra of Mexico has just announced two concerts to celebrate April, jazz month for girls and boys. These concerts will have as a special guest Patas Verdes, whom you surely remember for Bubbles Odyssey, and Ana Estévez as narrator.

The shows will be didactic, since the point is that the children interact with the four basic qualities of sound: height, timbre, intensity, duration. To do this, the audience will be guided in a theater and music format, so that the concepts have significant learning during the performance.

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The little ones will learn to recognize the sounds of instruments that are part of jazz orchestras (piano, trumpet, clarinet, saxophone, etc.) They will also learn about the most outstanding musicians of the genre, and above all they will approach the world of jazz with different pieces musicals.

The event will take place in Casa de Coahuila, it will be outdoors and with limited capacity to follow safety and hygiene protocols. Upon entering, a visit, temperature and hand sanitization record will be taken and every 15 minutes you will receive gel with alcohol to disinfect your hands. Remember that the use of face masks is mandatory at all times.

The access fee is $ 250, tickets are on sale at Casa de Coahuila (Prol. Xicoténcatl 10, San Diego Churubusco) and by calling 56 2653 1071.

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