22 de October de 2018

افتتاح دورة الشبكات CCNA في أردنية العقبة

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لرفع كفاءة موظفي “نافذ

 

 الأنباط – العقبة – طلال الكباريتي

 

افتتحت الجامعة الأردنية فرع العقبة أمس دورة الشبكات (CCNA) لموظفي شركة نافذ للشحن والخدمات اللوجستية في مبنى مركز الاستشارات والتدريب في مقرها .

ورعى الافتتاح مندوبا عن رئيس الجامعة الأردنية فرع العقبة، مدير مركز الاستشارات والتدريب في العقبة  الدكتور عصام الحديد .

ويأتي عقد مثل هذه الدورة التي تستمر لمدة أسبوعين بواقع 45 ساعة تدريبية ضمن خطة المركز وشركة نافذ بتطوير وتأهيل موظفيها .

 

وتبرز أهمية هذه الدورات التدريبية الى  الارتقاء ورفع كفاءة الكادر تلبية للتطور السريع في قطاع تكنولوجيا المعلومات، وترجمة للرؤى الملكية ، التي تؤمن بأن الإستثمار في الإنسان هو أصل التنمية والتطوير .

وثمن  المشاركون  في هذه  الدورة  جهود الكادر الإداري في أردنية العقبة ومركز الإستشارات والتدريب على عقد مثل هذه الدورات التي من شأنها رفع  كفاءتهم وإكسابهم المزيد من المعرفة بما يعود عليهم وعلى الجامعة بالخير والفائدة// .

Article source: http://www.alanbatnews.net/article/index/208415

Cisco to help redesign STC network

Crown Prince of Dubai Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum recently visited the Saudi Telecom Company’s (STC) booth at the GITEX Technology Week 2018 in Dubai. He was received by Senior Vice President of Enterprise Business at STC Dr. Tareq Enaya.

Sheikh Hamdan reviewed the latest telecom and IT services and solutions launched by the company. STC said its new services are in line with its role as a driver of digital transformation in Saudi Arabia as per Saudi Vision 2030. 

STC recently inaugurated its latest innovation in in-flight call technology through a live call made 30,000 feet above on board of a plane heading to Jeddah from Riyadh, with the video call being directly transmitted to the GITEX conference.

The service allows for in-flight video calls by equipping airplanes with mobile data and broadband through signals from LTE ground-based stations, which boast many features compared to older technologies that rely on satellites. This will enable airlines and other stakeholders to provide better services than currently adopted older standards at a lower cost per Mb, higher data transfer rate of up to 75 Mb/s, and a lower delay time.

Dr. Enaya said: “In-flight call technology is one of many other examples that illustrate the way STC is working with its partners and customers to provide the latest products and services and thus improve services offered to airlines and service providers.The new in-flight call service offers state-of-the-art features, including a stable connection and high-speed connectivity. This makes it indeed the next generation of transmission technology, which will open new horizons in terms of products and services.”

He further pointed out to all the areas that could benefit from this new technology, including airlines, media and entertainment, natural resource exploration, safety and security, and telecommunications. 

STC staff were on hand at GITEX to address its potential customers on the new technology. The company has said that its GITEX participation will focus on the newest technological solutions and that it will shed light on its specialized services in the fields of cloud computing, cybersecurity, Internet of Things, blockchain applications, and big data analysis.

STC is currently working with various stakeholders and partners to enrich this new technology, including Nokia for LTE phone devices, Thales for onboard equipment, EAD for supplementary technical certification, AMAC for maintenance, repairs, and operation for onboard installation, and Sky Prime, a private charter airline on whose planes the technology is being tested directly.

Article source: http://www.arabnews.com/node/1391531/corporate-news

Taís Araújo chora durante apresentação de Malu: ‘Caiu um cisco’

Malu Rodrigues cantou 'Fora Estranha', do 'Caetano Veloso'  Foto: Fabiano Battaglin/Gshow

Malu Rodrigues cantou ‘Força Estranha’, do ‘Caetano Veloso’ — Foto: Fabiano Battaglin/Gshow

Article source: https://gshow.globo.com/realities/popstar/episodios/noticia/jeniffer-nascimento-abre-o-popstar-com-participacao-especial-de-jorge-vercillo.ghtml

Reporter-News endorsement: Cisco College’s Abilene campus tax

Almost lost in the shuffle of this year’s fall election is Cisco College’s request to institute a maintenance tax for its Abilene campus.

Taylor County voters are being asked to pay 5 cents per $100 valuation to support the campus on Loop 322 that opened in 2004, though Cisco has had a presence in Abilene since 1973.

As the years have gone by, the need for affordable, two-year education here has increased. Cisco’s impact has grown.

The college boasts training student to fill more than 2,800 jobs last year, including welders and nurses. Those good-paying jobs are mostly here or in surrounding counties, meaning paychecks have a great economic impact locally.

After building its campus here 14 years ago, Cisco College has not asked for our financial support. Now it is.

In return, those attending Cisco College here would be able to pay a lower tuition rate. That will make education more affordable.

Additionally, the tax would provide funds to expand programs, including popular dual credit courses for high school students.

Using the standard $100,000 example, a Taylor County homeowner would pay about $50 annually. The 5 percent rate is mandated by Texas law, so that won’t go up. If your home value increases, so would your taxes. That’s true 

The 65-and-over exemption is not in place at this time for Eastland County, where the main Cisco College campus is located, and is not included in the maintenance tax proposal.

Cisco College has made good on its investment in Abilene. It’s time for us to invest in the college, because that’s still in investing in Abilene and the Big Country.

Our vote: Yes to Cisco College branch maintenance tax

 

 

 

Article source: https://www.reporternews.com/story/opinion/editorials/2018/10/21/reporter-news-endorsement-cisco-colleges-abilene-campus-tax/1687617002/

Leadership Lessons From Cisco’s John Chambers

Connecting The Dots

When John Chambers came on board Cisco in 1991, the company was a small network operator, with a focus on routers. But of course, the company would rapidly turn into an industry giant. During the 1990s, Cisco’s revenues grew by an average 65% per year and as of the year 2000, the market cap was a staggering $550 billion – which was larger than Microsoft’s. During this period, more than 10,000 employees would become millionaires.

But when the dot-com boom burst, Cisco came close to imploding. In a matter of 45 days, the sales went from 70% growth to a 30% drop. Inventories piled up and about a quarter of the customer base was wiped out.

Despite all this, Cisco was able to adapt and eventually get back on track.  Although, many of its rivals failed, like Nortel.

As of now, Cisco generates revenues of over $49 billion and has dominant positions in 18 different product lines.

OK then, so how did Chambers do all this? Well, he recently published a book on this topic, called Connecting the Dots. In it, he covers his core philosophy on leadership – with many great stories.

Chambers boils down his approach to four key areas: anticipate and get ahead of market transitions, find ways to innovate at scale, build a culture that is focused on the needs of the customer and develop a flexible network infrastructure.

True, these may seem mostly about common sense. But then again, when it comes to managing a company, it’s easy to lose sight of what matters.

The Chambers’ Way

Chambers had the advantage of working at IBM and Wang before coming on board Cisco. This meant he learned some tough lessons before he became a CEO.

For example, while at Wang, he saw the importance of anticipating market transitions. The company, which was a leader in minicomputers for word processing, failed to evolve its product to the PC market. As for IBM, Chambers learned that a company should never think it has all the answers.

Now when Chambers joined Cisco, he wasted little time testing his approach. He pushed to make a transformative acquisition of Crescendo and was willing to leave the company if it did not happen. At the time, Cisco had only $70 million in revenues and 400 employees. So the deal was a considerable risk.

But Ford Motor, which was a customer of Crescendo, talked to Chambers about the merits of the company’s switches. The more he thought about it – analyzing the market and the trends — the more he realized that this technology would be critical for networking. And it was. It was the kind of deal that would allow Cisco to differentiate itself from its rivals, many of which no longer exist today.

Dealmaking

Acquisitions would be a major driver of growth for Cisco. During a period of over two decades, the company would strike 180 deals, of which 12 were over $1 billion. The goal was clear: to acquire next-generation products that would make Cisco the leader in a category.

Yet about a third of the transactions turned out to be losers. Although, this would still be a much better track record than a typical tech company.

According to Chambers: “We couldn’t just build our way into being a market leader in every business that we wanted to be in. Nobody can. There’s simply not enough time. If you’re not one of the first three to five companies to enter a new market, you rarely get a shot at becoming a top player by doing it yourself. It’s far more efficient to buy a leading player and adapt that technology than to try to create it yourself after a market is already populated with strong players.”

Keep in mind that this strategy is likely to be even more critical in the future. Chambers notes that 40%+ of businesses today will not exist ten years from now because of the wrenching technology changes. This means companies need to seriously rethink their strategies — and Chambers’ book is a good place to start with this process.

Want more entrepreneurial advice?  You can follow me at @ttaulli.

Article source: https://www.forbes.com/sites/tomtaulli/2018/10/20/leadership-lessons-from-ciscos-john-chambers/

Salman Faqeeh named MD of Cisco Saudi Arabia

Alef Education, a UAE-based education technology company, has announced the launch of its Alef education system in the US.

The system will be used at Harlem Children’s Zone (HCZ) schools in New York city, starting Oct. 15.

The Alef education system brings together a blend of the latest technology and pedagogical approaches geared toward learners of today. A key component of the system is the “Alef Platform,” which has three main pillars: 

•A fun and easy-to-use digital learning environment 

•High-quality digital content developed to engage and stimulate learning with a blend of videos, interactivities and games. 

•Real time data provided within each lesson to truly enable educators to support personalized learning and identify student strengths and weaknesses. 

The partnership between Alef Education and the Harlem Children’s Zone schools started in 2017 when leaders of those organizations met. The meeting included a review of best practices in pedagogy, instructional design, the use of technology, and the best ways to identify difficult concepts and detect struggling students early using data. 

Alef Education identified NexGen, an education technology startup based in New York City, as its US-based partner to carry forward the implementation of the program at the Harlem Children’s Zone schools and other school systems across the US. 

Geoffrey Alphonso, chief executive of Alef Education, said: “As a leading education technology company, we want to play a significant role in the creation of the next generation of innovative individuals around the world, and continue to provide the latest innovations in artificial intelligence-based and technology-driven education solutions within a holistic education system.” 

He added: “The implementation of our innovative education system in the Harlem Children’s Zone schools in New York city speaks of a quantum leap in our long-term mission to leverage technology to provide students with the personalized education they need to succeed, while also empowering teachers with real-time, actionable data.” 

Geoffrey Canada, president of the Harlem Children’s Zone schools in New York and chairman of NexGen Education, named one of the world’s most influential people by Time magazine and as one of the 50 greatest leaders by Fortune magazine, said: “We are pleased to welcome Alef Education’s innovative education system into our schools in New York as of October 2018. Education systems across the world are witnessing unprecedented transformations and a transition to a more dynamic education based on new technologies. In this context, we have decided to adopt this program to further enrich the resources available to our students to ensure they have access to the best the digital education industry has to offer.” 

Article source: http://www.arabnews.com/node/1391131/corporate-news

Learn to become Cisco certified in networking and cloud computing …

Network engineers may not work in an IT arena as sexy as data analysts or machine learning experts. But without the services of smart, knowledgeable minds laying out, then building networked systems, there’s nowhere for any of those high-profile number-crunchers to ply their trade.

Whether you’re working with large-scale or mom-and-pop networks, assembling that digital architecture the right way is key. And you can get hired as the mastermind behind those systems with this Cisco Networking and Cloud Computing Certification Bundle, on sale now for $39 (over 90 percent off) from TNW Deals.


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With more companies decentralizing their digital operations, business networks and cloud computing are hand-in-hand more than ever before. Over these six courses featuring more than 100 hours of training, you’ll get up-close examinations of Cisco routers, switches, firewalls and other vital networking tech. You’ll also dive into Windows PowerShell and Microsoft Azure, two key tools in building systems and apps for cloud use.

Your training includes:

  • Stepping Into Windows PowerShell (a $200 value)
  • Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions (70-533) (a $200 value)
  • Graphical Network Simulator-3 Training (a $200 value)
  • CCNA Routing and Switching: ICND2 200-105 Training (a $200 value)
  • CCNA Routing and Switching: ICND1 100-105 Training (a $200 value)
  • CCNA Routing Switching: 200-125 Training (a $200 value)

Best of all, most of these courses come tailored to help students pass Cisco certification exams, considered among the most respected credentials a network engineer can attain.

Each course retails for $200, but with this limited time deal, the entire package of network and cloud training is available for a fraction of that total, only $39.

Article source: https://thenextweb.com/offers/2018/10/20/learn-to-become-cisco-certified-in-networking-and-cloud-computing-for-39/

Cisco Certification Exam Test Prep and Practice Test for Certification …

It is widely believed that IT certifications are indispensable tools that can push an individual’s career forward. And, while there are numerous IT certifications out there, the ones that are considered to be the best in IT sector is the Cisco certifications.

Cisco offers certifications from different IT backgrounds. There are several levels of Cisco certifications: Entry, Associate, Professional, Expert and Architect certifications that are highly valued in the industry and acknowledged by numerous IT companies. It is safe to say that Cisco certificate can undeniably give your career an upper hand and enable you to outshine your peers.

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CCENT Certification

In today’s time, the IT industry becomes extremely competitive and there are hundreds and thousands of people who are joining this industry on a regular basis. To be able to keep up with the growing business demands, it has become rather necessary to keep expanding one’s’ knowledge base and skill set to be able to thrive in this industry. Entry-level Cisco CCENT(Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician) certification will help you do just that. It acts as a stepping stone for those who want to make a big name for themselves in the networking field.

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CCDA Certification

This certification is earned by successful examinees through passing Cisco 200-310-101 exam (Designing for Cisco Internetwork Solutions (DESGN)) that focuses mainly on network design. The test is used as a measure of the candidate’s knowledge concerning the network design solutions.

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CCNA Routing and Switching Certification

Whether you are an aspiring network engineer or a skilled one, earning CCNA Routing and Switching certification from Cisco can surely help you get ahead of the curve. As it is not easy to earn this certification. But with the right attitude and approach, you can easily pass CCNA Routing and Switching exams in just a short period of time.

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CCNP Routing and Switching Certification

Whether you are in college or working as a networker, you should brush up on the networking fundamentals prior to starting with next level CCNP certification preparation, because this Professional level requires much more knowledge in networking field than CCNA associate one.

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Knowing about the basics will not just give you confidence but also increase your likelihood of clearing three CCNP Routing and Switching exams:

  • 300-101 (Implementing Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE))

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  • 300-115 (Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks (SWITCH))

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  • 300-135 (Troubleshooting and Maintaining Cisco IP Networks (TSHOOT))

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These professional-level exams comprise of simulation questions that test your skill set. As in, you will have to prove how much you know about the Cisco devices and the way to handle their networking. If you are unable to get your hands on real Cisco devices, you can always make use of the practice labs to gain hands-on experience and become confident. Practice labs will help you prepare for the simulation questions on the tests that are often considered to be quite difficult.

Understand the content instead of memorizing it as these exams comprise of practical questions that test your real-world knowledge. This is one of the best-kept industry secrets to acing CCNP Routing and Switching certification exam.

CCDP Certification

This Cisco certification is widely adopted by the individuals who already work with required skills as network engineers, system engineers, support engineers, network technicians, etc. It helps in the implementation of various complex switching and its solutions that undertake the Cisco Campus Architecture. To get CDDP certification in addition to already mentioned 300-1001 ROUTE and 300-115 SWITCH exam you’re required pass 300-320 ARCH (Designing Cisco Network Service Architectures) exam.

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CCIE Routing Switching Certification

CCIE Routing and Switching certification covers a wide range of complex networking topics and expert-level network engineer skills that require special attention. Some of these topics are related to subnetting, spanning trees, 7-layer OSI models, routing protocols, WAN, LAN, router troubleshoot, operation and configuration.

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To get this certification you need to focus on 400-101 written exam topics along with other practical topics from CCIE Routing and Switching lab exam and practice as many questions as you can find.

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CCIE Data Center Certification

This Cisco certification checks your skills in data center and emerging technologies for complex modern data center infrastructure designing, implementing and managing at the expert level of knowledge. To Earn CCIE Data Center certification you should pass 400-151 CCIE Data Center written exam and the lab exam as well.

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Cisco Exam Preparation

To make things easy for you here we have specified some of the secrets that can help you pass mentioned Cisco certification exams successfully and in just a short span of time.

Set a Goal

Start by setting a goal for yourself. Mark the exam date on the calendar and prepare in a way that you can optimize your time. Make a list of your strong and weak points and work on them accordingly to be able to deliver your best on the D-day and achieve the desired outcome.

Learn the Exam Format

Before you begin with the preparation, you should be well aware of the exam format. Equip yourself with useful information regarding the quality of questions asked, the time provided, etc. In general, Cisco exams should have 60-70 questions, however, this number is subject to change. So, check the official site of Cisco learning to get to know the exact number.

The duration of Cisco exams is about an hour and a half. Within 90 minutes, you have to ensure that you answer at least 85% of the questions correctly. As anything less than that you will end up failing the exam. And, in order to retake the exam, you will have to wait for good 5 calendar days.

Use Authentic Study Material

The internet is chock full of study materials and reference guides for Cisco certification exams. However, not all of these materials are authentic and reliable. And, studying from unreliable, outdated study material can hamper your chances of clearing this exam. A lot of candidates end up making this mistake. Since the world of technology always changes, it is crucial to stay updated with the new advancements. And, to date the most reliable source is Cisco itself. You can check the study material on their official website.

Opt for Cisco Training

A huge number of websites and private institutes offer training programs to candidates who wish to earn the Cisco certifications. However, their training programs are not necessarily effective. If you want to achieve success in a short period of time, then it is highly recommended to opt for the training program by Cisco. This training program will guide you through the process, let you know about the topics that carry most weightage, help you prepare with reliable study materials.

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Conclusion

These are some of the withheld secrets to acing Cisco certification exams. By following these useful time-tested tips, you will be able to earn your certification within a short span of time. With this certification, you can broaden your career aspect. Apart from that, it can also help you become an established and successful Cisco professional. Further, you can expand your career in the fiercely competitive IT industry.

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Article source: https://goodmenproject.com/technology/cisco-certification-exam-test-prep-and-practice-test-for-certification-candidates-to-pass/

Em "The Flash": na 5ª temporada, Cisco pode ter fim trágico no …

Todo mundo já esperava que algumas coisas barra pesada aconteceriam após a chegada de Nora (Jessica Parker Kennedy) em “The Flash” e, principalmente, de Cicada (Chris Klein), mas o Purebreak acredita que ninguém esteja preparado para perder outro personagem querido, né? Mas tudo indica que é isso que vai acontecer no próximo episódio! Bem, pelo menos foi o que pareceu no teaser de “The Death of Vibe“. OMG, como assim? Cuidado com os possíveis spoilers, hein!

Em quot;Screamquot;: na 2ª temporada, personagem importante tem fim trágico no primeiro episódio!

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De quot;The Flashquot; e quot;Supergirlquot;: momentos sombrios aguardam os personagem após episódio musical

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De quot;The Flashquot;, na 3ª temporada: teaser mostra Nevasca ameaçando heróis em próximo episódio!

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O próprio nome do episódio já dá uma dica do que pode rolar. No vídeo, Cisco/Vibro (Carlos Valdes) acaba se saindo mal em uma luta e tem seu fim trágico decretado. Mas, vamos ser otimistas: a série não iria dar um spoiler desses logo no nome do episódio caso Cisco realmente fosse morrer, né? Então, é bem provável que o cara seja ressuscitado ou algo possa ajudá-lo a sair dessa. Veja o vídeo e tire suas próprias conclusões.

Cicada tem um objetivo certo

Vale lembrar que o vilão tem apenas uma coisa em mente: acabar com a vida de todos os meta-humanos que cruzarem seu caminho. É aí que mora o problema! E aí, será que é o fim de Cisco em “The Flash “? Para saber, não esqueça de acompanhar os próximos episódios da série e, claro, fique de olho aqui no Purebreak para mais novidades!

Article source: http://www.purebreak.com.br/noticias/em-the-flash-na-5-temporada-cisco-pode-ter-fim-tragico-no-proximo-episodio/79348

Vida de Chico Xavier em superprodução ‘Um Cisco’ estreia no …

O musical ‘Um Cisco’ narra a trajetória de uma das mais admiradas personalidades brasileiras: o médium Chico Xavier. O espetáculo estreia nesta quinta-feira (18), às 21h, no palco do Guairão em única apresentação. A superprodução musical conta com um elenco de mais de 70 artistas e técnicos, entre atores, bailarinos e músicos, além da equipe de produção. O espetáculo tem ainda a direção de Plinio Oliveira, compositor, escritor e produtor da montagem.

Chico Xavier ganha vida no palco sob a interpretação do ator e cantor mineiro Marcelo Veronez, em uma história leve, comovente e inspiradora para o público. A trama se desenvolve em uma estação de trem, onde a vida do médium é narrada desde os seus 4 anos de idade até a sua morte, aos 92 anos. O espetáculo marca seu percurso desde o anonimato, até se tornar uma figura popular. Sua participação na TV brasileira na década de 70 registrou audiência histórica, sendo um fenômeno televisivo para a época.

Neste cenário, os personagens se encontram como uma metáfora da vida, na qual uns partem, enquanto outros chegam. O figurino é novecentista e o roteiro musical, desenvolvido por Plinio Oliveira desde 1985, conta com 30 cenas musicais.

“‘Um Cisco’ humaniza a figura de Chico Xavier e destacará também os medos e os desafios de sua vida, evidenciando o seu temor pela morte, os obstáculos enfrentados pela não aceitação do seu dom, a incompreensão da família e sua integridade e bondade diante disso”, ressalta o diretor da montagem.

Para representar fielmente os traços de Chico Xavier, a escolha do elenco foi feita criteriosamente, levando em conta a qualidade e até o sotaque mineiro, que é destacado com a vinda dos atores Marcelo Veronez (Chico Xavier, adulto), Célia Portela (a mãe, Maria João de Deus), Riva Nascimento (Tarsila do Amaral) e Miguel Safe, que interpreta o pai de Chico (João Candido) e (André Luiz) a quem Chico atribuiu a autoria de sua obra. A atriz Silvia Gomes faz a segunda mãe de Chico (Cidália), já o cantor paulista Lula Barbosa encena no palco o protetor espiritual do médium (Emmanuel) e o menino Bruno Bioza faz Chico Xavier na infância.

Atores curitibanos consagrados como Pedro Bonacin, que faz o padre Scarzello, e as coreógrafas Ane Adade e Patrícia Machado completam o elenco ao lado de jovens talentos selecionados em audições na cidade: Matheus Gonzales, Jamille Reddin, Leonardo Goulart, Guilherme Mariano, Thaísa Baby e Ithyara Tainá. Ao todo, o elenco é composto por 13 atores-cantores, 6 bailarinos (Edgar Marques, Patricia Kmeteuk, Patrich Lorenzetti, Marcela Pinho e Nayara Santos), 14 músicos (Orquestra Jovem da Paz) e 30 integrantes do coro. A peça tem assistência de direção musical assinada por Francisco A. Oliveira.

Sobre 
‘Um Cisco’

Começou a ser escrito por Plinio Oliveira em 1985 e só foi concluído em 2018. Em 2010 estreou na versão sinfônica e em 2015 finalmente como Teatro Musical. Sucesso em Belo Horizonte em 2015 e 2018, o musical de Chico Xavier foi produzido a partir da obra original de Plinio, compositor, escritor e produtor radicado em Curitiba. Na versão mineira se chamou ‘No Céu da Vibração’. O musical ‘Um Cisco’ tem duração aproximada de 2h10, sendo encenado em dois atos, com intervalo. São 30 cenas musicais com 4 músicas populares (Chico Bondade, ‘No Céu da Vibração’, ‘Encontros e Despedidas’ e ‘Hi Lili’, de filme do mesmo nome da década de 50) e 26 compostas originalmente em arranjos orquestrais.
“Chico queria morrer num dia em que o Brasil estivesse feliz e ele morreu no dia em que o Brasil foi pentacampeão mundial de futebol. Vale ressaltar que não é um espetáculo religioso e sim uma montagem que fala de amor e de transcendência sobremaneira foca na integridade e na bondade de Chico. Temos um elenco de grandes e jovens talentos. O que posso dizer ao público é prepare o seu coração para se emocionar, para rir e aprender. Nosso espetáculo é para toda a família”, conclui Plínio.


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Article source: https://www.bemparana.com.br/noticia/vida-de-chico-xavier-em-superproducao-musical-um-cisco-estreia-no-guairao