Mexico: Details On The Tribute To José José Revealed

Mexico City

Everything is ready for the tribute of the late artist José José to be held at Palacio Bellas Artes, located in Mexico City, which according to Mexican media will begin at 10:00 am.

Fans in Mexico will enjoy the tribute to the Prince of the song as it will be open to the public so that they can say their last goodbye.

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It has also been announced that Sara Sosa, the youngest daughter of José José, will not attend the tribute for health problems.

The Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, together with the Government of Mexico, announced the program that will be carried out.

Also read: The moving words of José José on the networks before he died

José José tribute program

10:00 – 11:00 h Saloma Quartet

Estrellita, by Manuel M. Ponce

Die for your love, by Belisario de Jesús García

Gavota, by Manuel M. Ponce

Potpourri: Pajarillo Barranqueño, Sore, An old love and

Juan Colorado, from Esparza Oteo

Syrup, by Emmanuel Arias

Eternal Love, by Juan Gabriel

Viceroyalty Quartet, by Bernal Jiménez

Only once, by Agustín Lara

La cantinera, by Juventino Rosas

Impossible Dream, by Darion Leigh

11:05 – 11:30 hrs National Symphony Orchestra. Guest Director: Enrique Ramos

The ship of oblivion *

Alejandro Luévanos, tenor

Olymar Sandoval, baritone

Daniel Hernández, baritone

Give me tonight **

Olymar Sandoval, tenor

Tomás Castellanos, baritone

The sad***

Alejandro Luévanos, tenor

Daniel Hernández, baritone

Soloists of the Studio of the Opera of Fine Arts

BIS The ship of oblivion

* From Roberto Cantoral

** By Roberto Cantoral Arrangement of Gonzalo Romeu

*** From Roberto Cantoral. Arturo Márquez Symphony Arrangement

11:35 – 11:45 hrs Assembly of the Mariachi Ollin Yoliztli School, of the Secretariat of Culture of Mexico City

Pillow, by Adam Torres

40 and 20, by Gustavo Loza

Your first time, by J.M. Napoleon

11:50 – 12:35 Trio Cenzontle, from Huauchinango Puebla

Or you or me, by Luis Gómez Escolar

Your first time, by J.M. Napoleon

El Gustito

12:50 – 1:00 p.m. Mariachi and Choir of the Mexican Folkloric Ballet

The swallows

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