The historic event was a tribute to Peruvian music and was attended by more than 30,000 attendees.
The programme featured the music most representative of the coast, highlands and jungle of Peru and was divided into two parts. The first half, Juan Diego Flórez was joined on stage by musicians to perform waltzes, huaynos, and Peruvian rhythms. On the second part, 400 children and young people from the Symphony Orchestra and Choir of Sinfonía por el Perú joined their voices under the musical direction of Hugo Carro.
Among the songs were: El Palmero, Carnaval de Arequipa, Cuando llora mi guitarra, La Veguera, Adiós Pueblo de Ayacucho, José Antonio, Amanecer Andino, amongst others.
The unforgettable evening included the special appearance of Eva Ayllón, one of the best performers of criollo music, with whom she shared a duet with the tenor and this was one of the highlights of the night.