Attend This Opera Gala and Support Máximo Cornejo Children’s Shelter

Alexis Velasco
Feb. 1, 2017

Villa Bahia Hotel and Máximo Cornejo Children’s Shelter have recently announced Havana Nights, a themed charity dinner with live music that will take place this coming Saturday, February 4, at 6:30pm at the aforementioned hotel located on the Puerto Vallarta’s South Shore.

Besides having the opportunity to support the non-profit organization, attendees will enjoy a four-course meal by renowned chefs Bernhard Güth (Trio Restaurant) and Nacho Cadena (La Leche restaurant), as well as a lively ambiance and decoration inspired by the Caribbean paradise.

The Young Opera of Guadalajara will be in charge of delighting the audience with Aria singers performing Habanera and Trovador from the opera Carmen, O Mio Babbino Caro from the opera Gianni Schicchi and Nessun Dorma from the opera Turandot. The ensemble will also be performing Mexican songs such as Granada, Estelita and Bésame Mucho.

There will be also a Cuban music group performing during the event and special raffles. Ticket prices are $100 USD and reservations can be made by calling (322) 226-9696 ext. 164 & 165.

Villa Bahia Hotel is located at carretera Barra de Navidad Km. 3.4, on the Puerto Vallarta South Shore.

About Máximo Cornejo Children’s Shelter

Máximo Cornejo Children’s Shelter was founded in 1993 as a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of orphans, abandoned or vulnerable children. Since its establishment, the facility has been home for hundreds of kids in difficult situations such as poverty or domestic violence. They receive food, education, clothing and lots of love from the “moms” that work together at the shelter along with tenths of volunteers. Currently, there are 42 kids living in this facility located near the Puerto Vallarta’s International Airport.

For more information about Máximo Cornejo children’s shelter, please visit the non-profit’s website: www.puertovallartachildrenshelter.org.


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