I was able to visit the Mexican Artisan Fair, in Santa Ana, CA. The Fair was a two day event, although I didn’t know about it until the second day, 18 Sept, so I saddled up my burro and rode over to Santa Ana. The Art Fair was in Downtown Santa Ana, 2nd St, between Broadway & Sycamore.
Dear friends of the IOHIO,
We are pleased to announce our first CDs of the Oaxacan organs.
Please see the attachment for more details.
CDS OF THE OAXACAN ORGANS!
Instituto de Órganos Históricos de Oaxaca A. C.
68000 Oaxaca, Oax.
Tel (951) 516 3956
The IOHIO is pleased to announce that the first four CDs of our series “Órganos Históricos de Oaxaca, México” are available in Oaxaca. Now you may hear some of the most exciting concerts from our International Organ and Early Music Festivals, played by outstanding national and international organists. Each recording includes a 20-page booklet with color photos and essays about the organs by Barbara Owen and Cicely Winter. Please note that they have cardboard rather than plastic cases in support of the ecological initiatives of the Alfredo Harp Helú Foundation in Oaxaca.
You may purchase the CDs in Oaxaca in the Librería (bookstore) Grañen Porrúa (Alcalá 104), the store of the Museo de Filatelia (Reforma 504), and the secretary’s office of the Basílica de la Soledad (on the left side of the church). The income from the store sales will largely benefit the IOHIO (and will help offset the cost of the production and finance future recordings); the income from sales in the Basílica de la Soledad will benefit the church. The price is the same in all three places—$130 pesos each. We will notify you once we have organized the distribution and sale at the national and international level.
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