Son Tentación thanks the Congress for being invited to the Musician’s Day ceremony

The Peruvian salsa orchestra Son Tentación thanked through its social networks the invitation of the Congress of the Republic to be part of the celebration of the Musician’s Day what will be done this November 22 at the Legislative Palace.

“Very happy and honored to be invited by the Congress of the Republic of Peru to the ceremony that will be held for the Day of the Musician ”begins the publication that already has more than 1,300 reactions.

“We are very happy that Peruvian talent is increasingly being recognized! We continue to advance and grow! ”, Concludes the post that includes the official letter sent and signed by Congresswoman Rosselli Amuruz Dulanto.

“I have the pleasure of addressing you to express my cordial greetings, and at the same time to let you know that my congressional office has been organizing a recognition ceremony for the Day of the Musician; this in commemoration for celebrating the day of Saint Cecilia of Rome, patron saint of musicians, on November 22 the International Music Day”, The text begins.

“I allow myself to extend this invitation, in which recognition will be given to the musical group They are temptation for their achievements and great representation in the musical field that enhances the artistic culture in our country “, continues the document of Amuruz.

The Avanza País parliamentarian was harshly criticized at the end of August, when was captured celebrating her birthday in a hotel in San Borja without respecting the biosecurity measures or protocols to avoid the contagion of the COVID-19.

On that occasion, Amuruz, far from acknowledging his mistake, defended himself arguing that it was his friends who organized the event. In addition, he said that thanks to his assistance he promoted economic reactivation for the country.

“Everyone there is also a consumer and it is a restaurant. It is consumed and it is a business too. It is a part of reactivating the economy ”, he added in dialogue with Latina.

Source-larepublica.pe