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ACTIVITIES 2020

 

SUM TOTAL OF ACTIVITIES 2000 - 2020

320 concerts
434 field trips
107 presentations
17 master classes
10 exhibits
4 restorations or repairs
13 international festivals

Twelfth International Organ and Early Music Festival, Oaxaca, Mexico, February 18 – 23
- 9 concerts
- 1 presentations
- visits to 11 unrestored organs

FIELD TRIPS TO DOCUMENT AND CONSERVE THE ORGANS

February 6 - Oaxaca Cathedral

February 14 - San Matías Jalatlaco,

CONCERTS 2019

February 4 – Organ concert of Oaxaca folk music in Tlacolula, presented by IOHIO organists Jesús González, Isaí Guzmán, Noé Juárez, Javier Mendoza, Joel Vásquez, and Cicely Winter, with Valentín Hernández, percussion.

February 17 - Organ concert in Tlacochahuaya presented by Elisa Freixo (Brazil).

                 

February 22 – Organ concert of Oaxacan folk music in Zautla in celebration of the 420° anniversary of the founding of the town, presented by IOHIO organists Jesús González, Isaí Guzmán, Javier Mendoza, Joel Vásquez, and Cicely Winter, with Valentín Hernández, percussion.

March 15 - Organ concert in Jalatlaco presented by David Furniss (USA).

                  

April 16 (Holy Tuesday) - Organ and choral concert in the Oaxaca Cathedral to culminate the procession of the standards and banners of the confraternity Santísimo Rosario of the Archdiocese of Oaxaca, in collaboration with the Department of Culture and Tourism of the Oaxaca municipal government; presented by the choir of the “Instituto de Formación Musical Maurice Ravel” directed by Pierre-Arnaud Le Guérinel with soloists Alejandra Esqueda, soprano, Mara Picacho Martínez, contralto, Felipe Espinosa Olmedo, Ricardo Rodys and Joel Vásquez, bass baritones; Sócrates Juárez Urbieta, violín; and Cicely Winter, organ.

May 3 (Día de la Santa Cruz) – Organ concert of sacred music in Yanhuitlán in honor of the venerated saint “El Señor de Ayuxi”; presented by IOHIO organists Jesús González, Isaí Guzmán, Joel Vásquez, and Cicely Winter.

                     

July 17 - Organ concert in La Basilica de la Soledad to celebrate the return from Puebla of the 18th century wind chest; presented by IOHIO organists Jesús González, Isaí Guzmán, Joel Vásquez and Cicely Winter, and guitarist Alberto Revilla.

                                             

October 13 - Concert of Oaxaca folk music in celebration of El Señor de Tlacolula, Jesús González, Isaí Guzmán, Joel Vásquez, organ and Valentín Hernández, percussion, Santa María de la Asunción Tlacolula.

October 20 - Concert in celebration of El Señor de Tlacolula, Jesús González, Andrés Aguilar, Isaí Guzmán, and Joel Vásquez, organ, Santa María de la Asunción Tlacolula.

October 27 - Concert of Oaxaca folk music, Jesús González, Isaí Guzmán, Cicely Winter, organ and Valentín Hernández, percussion, San Jerónimo Tlacochahuaya.


December 10 - Organ concert of sacred and classical music in the Basílica de la Soledad in honor of the Virgin of the Soledad, initiating the Festival Jubilar Basílica in commemoration of the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the statue of the Virgin to the City of Oaxaca in 1620; presented by IOHIO organists Jesús González, Isaí Guzmán, Joel Vásquez and Cicely Winter.

December 22 - Organ and choral concert in San Jerónimo Tlacochahuaya; Alejandra Esqueda, soprano; Georgina Saldaña, mezzo soprano; Kevin Cruz Franco, tenor; Felipe Espinosa, bass baritone; Cicely Winter, organ; the child Ana Sofía Flores Cruz; and IOHIO organ students Isaí Guzmán, Jesús González, and Joel Vásquez, chorus.

CONCERTS 2020

January 5 - Organ and choral concert in the Basilica de la Soledad, Alejandra Esqueda, soprano; Georgina Saldaña, mezzo soprano; Kevin Cruz Franco, tenor; Felipe Espinosa, bass baritone; Cicely Winter, organ; the child Ana Sofía Flores Cruz; and IOHIO organ students Isaí Guzmán, Jesús González, and Joel Vásquez, chorus.

 

ORGAN AND PIANO LESSONS

Cicely Winter gives weekly organ lessons in the Jalatlaco and other churches to five local students.
Pierre-Arnaud Le Guérinel gives weekly piano lessons to two IOHIO organ students and harmony classes to three, with partial scholarships from the IOHIO.