During the event, the choir singers performed six songs. Photo: Jéssica Dona
Serprati Choir, which is made up of 40 choir singers - Prati-Donaduzzi employees - ends the activities of the first day of the 9th Institutional Week of the Labor Magistracy, on Monday (9), in Curitiba. The activities are held at the headquarters of Paraná Labor Court (TRT) and attended by more than 160 judges and judges until Friday (13).
The event is organized by the Judicial School with the objective of bringing them together for training, improvement and joint construction of knowledge. This year's theme is Revolution 4.0: Law, Innovation and Technology.
The magistrates watched the choir perform for about 30 minutes. The choir singers sang five songs. They started with 'Eu só quero um Xodó' (Gonzaguinha), then 'Caçador de mim' (Milton Nascimento), ‘Onde Deus possa me ouvir’ (Vander Lee) and 'Tertúlia' (Os Serranos). The performance ended with a song by Sorocaba, ‘Te amo, meu Paraná’. The audience sang along and gave a standing ovation to the choir singers, who finished the song kneeling before the flag of Paraná and the book of the Consolidation of Labor Laws (CLT). The audience asked for an encore and the Choir answered, singing ‘Apenas mais uma de amor’ (Lulu Santos).
At the end of the concert, the director of the Judicial School, Judge Cassio Colombo Filho, made a point of congratulating the group. “Seeing your joy and enthusiasm reveals the strength of your heart. It is contagious. We were thrilled. It was a great moment, on behalf of TRT I just have to thank”, he emphasized.
Serprati Choir conductor, Gerson Giese, evaluated the presentation as a form of project growth. “It is an honor to be invited to this event. It is the recognition of a humanized, cultural and musical work with quality”, he said. For Giese, it also shows the growth of the group. “I just have to thank the company managers who encourage employees to make music.”
The choir singer, Tânia Paula dos Santos Pereira, has been in Serprati Choir for three years and says that this performance will never be forgotten. “Participating in the project is a therapy for me. We renew ourselves with each show when we see the smiles and happiness of those who watched us. I thank Prati-Donaduzzi for making such moments possible. ”
At the end of the concert, the director of the Judicial School, Judge Cassio Colombo Filho, made a point of congratulating the group. Photo: Jéssica Dona
Judge and Judge School coordinator Morgana Almeida Richa, after a visit to Prati-Donaduzzi in June, within the activities related to the Industry 4.0 theme made the invitation for Serprati Choir to attend the event. At the time, the entourage learned about the industry processes and attended a presentation of the Choir.
Morgana remembered the visit to Prati. “In the judiciary, we usually get what went wrong in the work relationship. When we made a practical visit, we realized what works. Prati has shown us to be an example of social responsibility, of developing a business from visibility with its employees. ”
According to the judge, Serprati Choir is one of the examples of appreciation and development of employees. “The choir reveals the sensitivity of investing in people. The employees express the feeling of pride. When we see this, it is a gift to us, a differentiator, so we invite you to come to court in our formative week. We need to show what works in the labor relationship”, he emphasized.
According to the judge, Serprati Choir is one of the examples of appreciation and development of employees. Photo: Jéssica Dona
Preparing for Christmas
Prati-Donaduzzi supports Serprati Choir through the Rouanet Law of the Ministry of Culture. The realization of the project is the result of a partnership with Prati-Donaduzzi Recreational Sports Society (Serprati). Extended to industry employees, the essence of the Choir is learning about music. Members perform at internal and external events.
Serprati Choir is already preparing for the traditional Christmas performance, which is scheduled for December 13. The concert will be at Toledo Municipal Theater.