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Compromís pays tribute to more than 200 people the poet Vicent Andrés Estellés

14 September 2015 - 16: 51

Near 200 people gathered last Friday, September 11 in the street poet Vicent Andrés Estellés on the occasion of the sixth edition of the Nit Estellés, organized by the collective of Compromís per Dénia. A cultural encounter that brought together poetry, music, brotherhood and tradition.

The event began with a review of the poet's life and his time in Denia, and continued with dinner sobaquillo and the recital of poems by almost 30 people. council Members Rafa Carrió y Eva RoundSome members of the electoral list, various cultural representatives (press, sports and holidays), neighbors, even a small child, put voice to the word of the prolific poet of Burjassot.

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In addition, within the literary part, Dolors Alexandre and Eva Ronda also paid a special tribute to the Valencian writer María Ibars, on the fiftieth anniversary of her death. They read two poems related to the sea and the nature of our territory: bewitched song y Silver mirrors. Then the organization conducted the draw two lithographs: the artist Josepa Gilabert, and Joan Castejón known.

On this occasion, the musical point put the singer Albert Ortega, better known as Bertomeu. Your way dylaniana Bertomeu delighted the audience until midnight with Infinite estellés.

Sebastià García, a member of the local executive, took the opportunity to dedicate a few words to the partner Paula Espí, recently disappeared, and delivered a special bouquet of flowers to her daughter on behalf of all. He highlighted the figure of Paula and its importance as an activist and friend within the BLOC and Compromís. Finally, Garcia applauded the sixth edition, saying that is a total satisfaction and pride "to celebrate with Estellés, a night of brotherhood, culture and Valencian identity".

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