This Mexican Kindergartener Bumping To Music While Energetically Conducting An Orchestra Is The Most Honest Thing On The Internet
The Internet has brought us yet another viral sensation and this time its made up of a bundle of the cutest musicians we’ve ever seen. Our newest obsession is the Kindergarteners of Orquesta Musical del Jardín de Niño.
The group performed for their families last Monday during a ceremony for the Secretariat of Education of Tamaulipas. Playing drums, shaking tambourines and dancing to the beat, the Kindergartners hyped up their audience with the lively show.
Thanks to a video of the performance, the world has been introduced to these talented Kindergartners and their spirited conductor, Oxana Thaili.
Little Oxana’s energy has made her the break-out star of these viral performances. Some viewers even dubbed her “Alondrita de la Parra,” a play on the famous Mexican-American conductor Alondra de la Parra. However, Oxana doesn’t just conduct. At points in their songs, the little maestro joins in on the singing, making us fall in love with her even more!
Accompanied by their music teacher Abraham Gómez on the synthesizer, the Kindergartners played several Mexican classics. Their interpretations of “La Banda Dominguera” and “El Manicero” have especially been applauded by audiences around the world.
The reactions from Latinx Twitter show just how far their performances have reached.
This Twitter user pointed out that young Oxana definitely has a future career in conducting.
Some pointed out that the effervescent mood from the Kindergartners is contagious.
We have to agree! Oxana’s energy helps to keep her fellow Kindergartners on beat and their united vibe is infectious.
The video even made it to composer Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Even the award-winning Broadway star can see Oxana’s talent and potential. High praise, indeed!
Oxana and her group are definitely giving us hope for the future generations.
This Twitter user reminds us that Oxana and her generation deserve a much better Earth than we are leaving them. Perhaps their songs can encourage us all to do better.
Even though we love their performances, we have to give you one warning before viewing.
Their songs are bound to get stuck in your head from constant replay. Still, it’s a risk worth taking to watch these Kindergartners perform.