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The trophies contest already has a herald, a muse and a minstrel (10/08/2018)

With the last day of the International Festival of Cante de las Minas, the 1st Troop Contest "Pascual García Mateos" arrives.

The festival regains the contest of trovos after 30 years.

The purpose of this activity is to recover the spirit trovero and get this art continues to rise.

For the mayor of La Union and Executive President of the Cante de las Minas Foundation, Pedro López Milán "this is a meeting, a meeting so that through the Mesa-Café Association and the Municipal School of Trovo we can recover this beautiful art "

The protagonists of this contest, in addition to the eight participants who will choose the award "Angel Cegarra, Rabbit II", will be Francisco Celdrán, as herald, Isabel Nicolás, the muse, and Manuel Giménez, the minstrel.

Francisco Celdrán.

He studied Pharmacy and Agronomic Engineering.

He worked as a professor at the Polytechnic University of Cartagena.

In 1991 he was Deputy in the Regional Assembly.

Later he held the position of President of the Regional Assembly (1995-2014).

Favorite son of La Union.

Thanks to that characteristics of nobility and substance has fallen on his person the position of Herald

Isabel Nicolás.

His artistic career stands out for innumerable participations in important events such as the Festival de lo Ferro or the International Festival of Cante de las Minas and various tributes to the important figures of Pencho Cros and Asensio Sáez.

The singer of trovo, flamenco and copla, was winner of the Saetas Competition of La Unión in 2005. In 2008, she was also in charge of opening the International Festival of Cante de las Minas together with the poet and poet Ángel Roca.

Acts and has performed in different parts of the Region such as the Peñas Flamencas de Lorca, Águilas and Torrevieja and in different Holy Weeks of the Autonomous Community.

His voice and presence will be key to inspire the trovers, qualities that have earned him the status of Musa

Manuel Giménez.

Chief Inspector of the National Police Corps (retired), television presenter, journalist and writer.

He has more than 30 years of experience in the world of media.

In his participation in television highlights especially the TVE channel where he was part of programs and successful series such as "What they told me the dead."

In radio he participated in more than two thousand programs and collaborated in some as important as "The law of the street" of RNE directed by Arturo Pérez Reverte.

In the written press he has been an advisor, editor, columnist and columnist for several magazines and newspapers in which he has always been in charge of the most police and chronic black sections.

In addition, he has been a scriptwriter, lecturer and writer of, nothing more and nothing less than 13 books.

Among his most important awards include the prize "Ondas" to the best program of RNE "The law of the street" or the Silver Microphone of the Professional Association of Radio and Television Reporters.

A great personality in the media that has earned the distinction of minstrel of the Trophy Contest "Pascual García Mateos"

Source: Agencias

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