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Day 3-Music

Our third day in Brazil has been great. Today we visited the Theatro Municipal de Sao Paulo. The Theatro Municipal is known for the wonder and awe of art in theatre, music, and dance in their highest standards.

During our visit to the theatre, we observed famous Brazilian paintings on the walls. As the chorus, or Coral Paulistano, started to sing, it was clear how hard they must have trained. They sounded magnificent! Their goal was to sing pieces of music that would relate to Brazilian culture. They also sang some French songs and Italian operas that, in Brazil’s history, had a great effect on Brazilian composers.

All in all, we had a grand time listening and enjoying the breathtaking music that Coral Paulistano had to offer. In total, we spent R$15 per person for our tickets, creating a grand total of R$75 for this wonderful trip.

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Posted by JMKCK 06:58

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