‘Troy’ in finals at Grammys of Latin American countries
The Fire of Anatolia’s show ‘Troy’ is competing for the Lunas Award. AA photoThe Fire of Anatolia dance troupe’s show, Troy, has reached the finals of Mexico’s Lunas del Auditorio 2013 Awards, considered the Grammys of Latin America. Troy is in the final three in the Traditional Dance Category, and the result will be announced on Oct. 30 during the Lunas Awards ceremony.
The Lunas del Auditorio Awards are among the most significant awards in South America, and have been given out in Mexico since 2002 in order to revive the life of entertainment in that country. The best live performances are evaluated in various categories, and the awards ceremony is held with the attendance of artists and viewers from all around the world, reaching millions of people through live broadcasts in Latin American countries.
The Fire of Anatolia has so far performed eight shows in Mexico City’s Auditorio Nacional, one of the five largest halls in the world, and tickets are sold out before the day of the shows.
Troy has been viewed by renowned Mexican artists as well as journalists and TV producers. Among the artists and groups who have won Lunas awards in the past are U2, Madonna, Shakira, the Bolshoi Ballet, Cirque Du Soleil, Black Eyed Peas, Davit Guetta, Alejandro Fernandez, Pilobolus, Mama Mia, and Emir Kustirica & The No Smoking Orchestra.