Panamanian composer at forefront of Social change.

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Danilo Pérez, a Panamanian musician and teacher, will be one of the persons in charge of inaugurating the Trama event , with the conference ” Social change through music “, on May 15, at 7:00 p.m.

This activity, with one of the largest national exponents of the music, is free entry into the Athenaeum of the City of Knowledge.

Who will also offer a dissertation that Tuesday is the isthmus singer and composer Patricia Vlieg , who will share with the audience the song ” Cabanga: contemporary folklore “.
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Music has transformed the existence of Danilo Pérez, author of records such as Central Avenue and Across The Crystal Sea , because thanks to her now “he is a more patient, tolerant and optimistic person. It has also helped me to develop critical and interconnected thinking, and to understand the relationship between the creation of music and the creation of the values ​​of my own life. ”

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"JB"
Have to post. This actually just occurred to me.

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