The Feminine Grand Lodge of Uruguay gave Artemisa Award to multiple personalities

Sunday, 19 August 2012

Montevideo, Uruguay. The Feminine Grand Lodge of Uruguay has awarded a series of figures to celebrate 5 years of its foundation. Artemisa Award was given by MW Grand Master Alicia Toyos to the following personalities:

Nibya Mariño - one of the most popular South American pianist who was initiated into the secrets of music by Master Kolischer at the age of 5 years. At age 11, Arthur Rubinstein helps her enter Ernest Ansermet Orchestra at the Colon Theatre in Buenos Aires. Nibya received a scholarship to study in Paris fro the Government of Uruguay. She has performed at Carnegie Hall and Town Hall in New York.



Renzo Pi Hugarte - professor and anthropologist, awarded by the Feminine Freemasonry of Uruguay for his service to humanity through his work as stated by Grand Master Alicia Toyos. Pi Hugarte died yesterday at the age of 78.


Silvia Tron Armand-Ugon - is a journalist and teacher of English and French, participating in numerous meetings on aging.

Federico García Vigil - is a Master, composer and was director of the Philharmonic Orchestra of Montevideo. Also, he led the Symphony Orchestras of Bogota, Bucharest, Caracas, Chicago, Rio de Janeiro, Madrid, Vancouver, Palma de Mallorca, Tokyo etc. Alicia Toyos gave this award for having made ​​known worldwide the Uruguayan classical music.


Andrés Flores Colombino - is a professor and doctor specialized in geriatric-gerontological and psychiatrist at the University of the Oriental Republic of Uruguay.

 
 
 

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