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September 11 First Anniversary Concert 

“Palacio de Bellas rtes” 

September 2002
A special concert was performed by the “National Symphony Orchestra” at the “Palacio de Bellas Artes” in
Mexico City in memorian of the victims of the 9/11 targedy. Following this event the “Forever Freedom”
sculpure was officially given to President George Bush through the American Ambassador to Mexico,
Mr. Jeffrey Davidow by the artist Patricia Segura-Varley.
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Bellas Artes Concert Playbill with a special mention to the Forever
Freedom sculpture as a permanent symbol of world peace and the
artist Patricia Segura-Varley.
Article from the “Excelsior” Newspaper covering the event.

Top Picture: Left to rigth Architect Horacio Lecona, Ambassador Jeffrey Davidow,
Director of Bellas Artes Institute Mr. Saul Juarez, Director of “Conaculta” 
Ms. Sari Bernudez, Orchestra conductor Mtro. Enrique Diemecke.

Bottom Picture:. The National Symphony Orchestra during the concert.
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The artist with Ambassador Davidow
The artist during the Press Conference with  Ambassador Davidow and Mtro. Enrique Diemecke
Translation in English:
Dear Mtra. Segura: The object of this letter is to thank you in the name of President Bush and myself for the two sculptures given to us commemorating the tragic events of September 11, 2001.
The sculpture symbolism reminds us of the pain and agony not only from the people of the U.S., but the suffering caused to the world through the attacks perpetrated against humanity.
Thank you again for your gesture of solidarity to the American people.
Jeffrey Davidow
Ambassador of U.S.A. in Mexico


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