TeatroMunicipalEnriqueBuenaventuraSalon1 Cali Colombia
El Teatro Municipal ha sido el escenario de miles de artistas que han hecho estremecer, reír, soñar y cantar al público caleño con sus espectáculos, llevándose sus aplausos y su afecto, El 30 de noviembre de 1929 el Teatro se inaugura con la presentación de la ópera El Trovador de Giusseppe Verdi a cargo de la compañía de Ópera Bracale............................................. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Uploaded: 31/10/2012
Updated: 17/10/2014


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