They celebrate with artistic activities, 45 years of the Superior School of Music and Dance of Monterrey

Monterrey, Nuevo León.- The Superior School of Music and Dance of Monterrey (ESMDM) will hold its 45th anniversary with different artistic and cultural activities.

Disruptive for its educational and pedagogical model, which includes training in both music and dance in the same venue; one of the objectives of the institution is to promote cultural development.

It is attached to the Subdirectorate General for Artistic Education and Research (Sgeia) of the National Institute of Fine Arts and Literature (Inbal).

The school, also known as the top, prepares a great celebration with cultural activities, september to december, in which the main figures will be the music and dance.

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The ESMDM was created the September 19, 1977, Thanks to the sum of wills of the National Fund for Social Activities (Fonapas), from the state of New Lion and of Inbal himself.

Currently, its educational offer spans 8 bachelors: three in the music area and five in dance; in addition to various workshops for children and young people.

Today, the ESMDM is made up of 140 teachers and more than a thousand studentsnot only from Nuevo León, but from the entire Republic and other countries.

Its students and graduates have shown their excellence in academic performance, acting professionally in Mexico and abroad.

Similarly, the community of ESMDM He has received scholarships, stays, contracts and other support in companies and schools.

The ESMDM is the only artistic higher education institution decentralized in Mexico that has a board of trustees, constituted in 2004 as a civil association with the purpose of disseminating culture through music and dance.

In addition to participating in the organization of academic activities and in the preservation of the historic building that houses La Superior.

They hold a grand celebration

To celebrate your 45 years, the campus of Inbal will offer various activities open to the general public, from September 19 to December 18, within the framework of the “Volver A Verte” strategy of the Ministry of Culture of the Government of Mexico.

Most events will be held in the facilities ofand the school and will be free entry. However, there will be some that will have a cost that does not exceed 100 pesos.

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