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The Charity Festival San Fernando help Benin with a great show

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The solidary gala exceeded all expectations and filled the auditorium of an audience that enjoyed the performances of artists closely linked to our educational community. All proceeds will be used to collaborate with Manos Unidas in a project in the African country.

The school's educational community San Fernando He has once again shown his solidarity and turned, one more year, with the Charity Festival held this afternoon in the center's auditorium. The event, which had been held in June, brought forward its celebration this year, a decision that did not hurt, given the large influx of people.

This year, the collection will go to a project of the NGO Manos Unidas in Benin. The arciprestazgo de Avilés collaborates there with an Asturian mission that is working to favor access to drinking water and improve the hygiene and quality of life of the population of Gambia, a town located in the north of the country. An objective that, thanks to the public that attended the festival, is a little closer.

The gala, coordinated by Professor Esteban Suárez Pandiello, who presented it with Professor Alma Carcedo, featured the performances of alumni and alumni of the school, mothers and different entities and groups with a strong link to the center. All of them gave the maximum on stage and staged an unforgettable show.

It opened fire the group of mothers has also been collaborating with this appointment in recent years with choreographies full of color and energy. On this occasion, the performance was inspired by a school day, and culminated with an aphrodite allegation against bullying. The performance of the group of children led by Professor Patricia Cueto, who performed the song 'Que canten los niños', was also very applauded. The show continued with the ballet class that the students of the Modern Dance workshop of the School put on the tables. Next, the School's music teachers performed a duet for clarinet and flute, followed by the chorus performed by 2º ESO's students. María Magadán then acted with a song dedicated to children with Down Syndrome. The first part of the show culminated with a dance of the students of 1º of International Baccalaureate in which they made a review of the history of music from the 70 years to the present.

After a short break, the festival continued strongly thanks to Adela, one of the usual voices of this festival and one of the most acclaimed artists. Accompanied by guitar and cajón, her voice took over the audience and she starred in a great performance. He did not miss the All Blacks haka staged by the students of 6º of Primary Ed. Next, the students from 2º de Ed. Primaria, directed by Noelia Álvarez, performed a small play about a miracle at a family dinner. The students of 1º of Bachillerato returned to act with a choreography of their own. Also the students of the School belonging to the Modern Music Foundation performed a song from the soundtrack of 'La La Land'. Marina, another regular contributor to the festival, starred in a dance for the film 'Moulin Rouge'. The cinema continued to focus the show with a song from the film 'The great showman' by another fixed in this contest, Lucia Cerezo, while Berta and Andrés performed a song from the film 'The Belier family'. The show ended with a dance by the students of the Teresa Tessier Dance Center about the history of musical comedy. A brilliant end point for a great date.

All this work would not have been possible without the involvement of the 1º International Baccalaureate students, who have included it as part of the activities of the core component of Creativity, Activity and Service (CAS) of the Diploma Program. In addition to the aforementioned dance, the young people provided help at the organizational level, preparing the infrastructure of the festival. It is also worth noting the role of the students who recorded the event for Sanfer Channel, as well as the professors of the IT Department Laureano Álvarez and Guillermo Rapado and the maintenance team of the School. There are many hands that are needed to carry out an appointment of these characteristics, and no one spared an effort.

The festival can already be enjoyed in Sanfer Channel.