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The board of the International Sacred Music Festival of Bogotá got together to officially present the schedule of the fifth edition of the Festival.
A great moment to the community of the International Sacred Music Festival of Bogotá has arrived. We are pleased to present the image of the fifth edition of the Festival ‘Misery’. The work of renowned Colombian artist Santiago Cardenas, is entitled "Corno" [Horn].
The Patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church and the Supreme Pontiff of the Catholic Church got together for the first time in Cuba. We share some of the highlights of the event.
The Festival came third in the top 15 events in the category Bogota free international press generated by press trips in the Bogotá Ambassadors event organized by Invest in Bogota.
We recommend an interview with maestro Jordi Savall, made by Jesus Ruiz Mantilla during the IV International Music Festival Bogotá, and published by Newspaper El País (Spain).
Thanks to Cromos magazine for this note on the close of IV International Sacred Music Festival of Bogotá. Private concert of Santo Domingo Foundation.
El Tiempo Newspaper accompanied us through the Festival opening. Here is a pictorial record of some of our special guests.
Exclusive interview with Marianna Piotrowska for Caras Magazine, on the details of IV International Sacred Music Festival of Bogotá. Don’t miss it!
The International Sacred Music Festival of Bogotá was founded in 2012 in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council. It is an annual, multi-religious event, which seeks to spread the spirituality of the world through its sacred music, promoting dialogue, unity, respect for the diversity of beliefs and a culture of peace.
It is held every year in September; during four weeks it presents daily concerts in different emblematic sites around the Colombian capital city: churches, temples, theaters, auditoriums, schools, universities, prisons and hospitals.
Alfredo Goldschmidt, Chief Rabbi of Bogotá