Friday, March 23, 2018

Tenor, Ezequiel Ojeda



 Ezequiel Ojeda is a strong tenor with a masterful presence. He gave an outstanding performance Thursday night at the Museo de Arte de Mazatlán.  His accompanist was also very talented and performed well. After 3 trips to the museum, I was sold the last available ticket and considered myself lucky. I had forgotten how getting one's needs met in México can be very challenging, especially if not fluent in the language. During the program I tried to be unobtrusive with my iPhone camera, realizing that my larger "good" camera would be difficult to conceal so the photos are not as good as I wish they could be. Incidentally, do you like the hair colour of the woman who was sitting in front of me? PS. Because there are so many varied activities in El Centro, it is one of the many reasons I love Mazatlán!

7 comments:

Sharon Anck said...

He looks like he's signing his heart out!

RedPat said...

I'm so impressed that you have gone on your own so soon after the knee operation! You are great!

William Kendall said...

You've certainly caught the essence of performance!

bill burke said...

Very nice photos of the singer and piano player. He does look like he's singing his heart out as Sharon stated. It must've been a very nice performance to hear.

Lowell said...

You caught the moment and I think I can hear those ringing tones here in Ocala! Last ticket? Lucky you! Hope you're having a good time!

Janey and Co. said...

I have been known to do exactly the same thing. Good job...you can almost hear him.

Kay said...

Scoring the last ticket makes it all the more sweet.