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Photo Gallery: Nosara Fair 2013 Masquerade and Classical Music

By Pinar Istek


Pinar Istek /The Voice of Nosara
Students from the Escuelita Summer School walk the streets of downtown Nosara during the masquerade on the first day of Nosara Fair Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 22, 2013 in Nosara.

On Tuesday January 22 afternoon, the Escuelita Summer School students enlivened the streets of Nosara during their colorful masquerade for the 2013 Nosara Fair kick off.  On Wednesday 23, the second night of the festivities drew many visitors to see the folkloric dance performance by Serapio Lopez School Dance Group and the classical music concert by the 25th of July Symphonic Orchestra.

The rich repertoire that included pieces like Great Movie Adventures, Amadeus Favorites and Guanacaste Por Siempre offered Nosarans the opportunity to listen young talents of Guanacaste.

Although the program for Wednesday night suggested signing agreement of cooperation between SINEM and Nosara Integral Development Association, it was canceled due to the absence of officials from the ministry of culture. According to Marcos Avila, president of the Nosara Integral Development Association the busy summer schedule that the ministry has was the explanation.

The Voice of Nosara will be providing daily photo galleries on the web throughout the Nosara Fair.  


Pinar Istek /The Voice of Nosara
Kathy Muonio poses for a portrait in her character, Golden Wing Fairy For The Children, on the first day of Nosara Fair Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 22, 2013 at the Nosara fairground. Originally from Lake Taho, Ca. Muonio teaches at Escuelita Summer School.


Pinar Istek /The Voice of Nosara
Students from the Escuelita Summer School walk the streets of downtown Nosara during the masquerade on the first day of Nosara Fair Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 22, 2013 in Nosara.


Pinar Istek /The Voice of Nosara
Yorlled Delgado Galagarza, 8, one of the dancers from Serapio López School Dance Group, gets her make up done before the folkloric dance performance on the second day of the Nosara Fair, Wednesday evening, Jan. 23, 2013 at the Nosara fairground.

Pinar Istek /The Voice of Nosara
Yorlled Delgado Galagarza, 8, left, and her friend, selina Ortiz Arick, 8, walk around the stage before their folkloric dance performance on the second day of the Nosara Fair, Wednesday evening, Jan. 23, 2013 at the Nosara fairground.


Pinar Istek /The Voice of Nosara
Juan Guevara, 13, left, and Josué Morales, 17, tune their cellos before the concert on the second day of the Nosara Fair, Wednesday evening, Jan. 23, 2013 at the Nosara fairground. The two has been playing with the 25th of July Symphonic Orchestra for over three years.


Pinar Istek /The Voice of Nosara
Two contrabasses sit on the ground before the start of the performance on the second day of the Nosara Fair, Wednesday evening, Jan. 23, 2013 at the Nosara fairground. The 25th of July Symphonic Orchestra from Nicoya performed at the bullfight ring.

Pinar Istek /The Voice of Nosara
Jorge Luis Guevara Mora, the director of the 25th of July Symphonic Orchestra,plays saxophone solo at the end of a performance on the second day of the Nosara Fair, Wednesday evening, Jan. 23, 2013 at the Nosara fairground.

 

 



 

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