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Flash Mob del Festival America Cantat 7 en Bogota
Colombia

En marzo Bogotá será la ciudad de la música. La capital de Colombia será anfitriona de dos acontecimientos internacionales de primera línea: la séptima versión del Festival Mundial de Coros America Cantat (23 a 31 de marzo) y del primer Festival de Internacional de Música de Bogotá (27 a 30 de marzo). A las 11:30 a.m, del 6 de marzo, un coro de más de 40 integrantes del Festival América Cantat 7 se tomó la estación de Los Héroes de Transmilenio para interpretar el Aleluya de Georg Friedrich Händel y I gotta Feeling, del grupo estadounidense Black Eyed Peas.

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