When the chifro sounds and rolls the tarazana, the knives and razors leave the pockets and drawer bottoms, where they sleep. They occupy the street. They look for a new edge. They seek to cut again. In these ungrateful times it is good to have a sharp knife at hand. Our knife is the song. So is the dance. O Sonoro Maxín begins, like a tarazana, a return journey to share, through his music, the moments and places where he was born, grew up and loved. Reclaiming a space to be able to dance better. Reclaiming music as a weapon of mass construction.
More than 200 figures of clay and painted canvas, all handmade, make up this birth that includes different scenes, moving parts and also lighting and sound.
The nativity scene also offers an unbeatable opportunity to visit the church of San Fiz, fundamental in the founding history of Santiago. In addition his eardrum hosts a beautiful gothic representation of the Epiphany or Adoration of the Magi.
Nativity scene ceded and assembled by José Uzal.
Organized by: Santiago Tourism / Santiago City Council.
Collaborate: Archbishop of Santiago, 'Mercado de Abastos' and Colexio Maior de Santo Agostiño.