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A Mexican Celebration! College of Fine Arts

The Arizona Symphony Orchestra presents "A Mexican Celebration" featuring a program of music by Mexican composers. Saturday, September 25 at Crowder Hall, UA School of Music, 7:30 p.m.

Under the baton of conductors Keitaro Harada, Jackson Warren and David Dunbar, the Arizona Symphony Orchestra will open its concert season on September 25th with an exciting program featuring works by Mexico's most popular composers, Chávez, Revueltas and Galindo, among others.

az-symhony_mex617x3487 A Mexican Celebration! College of Fine Arts - School of Music (PHOTO: AZPM)

Poster Art: “Independencia de México” - Alfredo Zalce (1956)- Mural, Palacio de Gobierno, Morelia Michoacán

The works included in the program are "Sensemayá" by Silvestre Revueltas, "Homenaje a Copland" by Humberto Hernández-Medrano, "Sinfonía India" by Carlos Chávez, "Sones de Mariachi" by Blas Galindo, "Huapango" by José Pablo Moncayo and "Danzón 2" by Arturo Márquez.

Under the baton of conductors Keitaro Harada, Jackson Warren and David Dunbar, the Arizona Symphony Orchestra will open its concert season on September 25th with an exciting program featuring works by Mexico's most popular composers, Chávez, Revueltas and Galindo, among others.

Saturday, September 25 at Crowder Hall, UA School of Music, 7:30 p.m.

The concert is co-sponsored by the Mexican Consulate in Tucson, The Symphony Women's Association, the University of Arizona Office of International Affairs, and Arizona Public Media/V-me televisión pública en español.

Information is available at MusiCall 621-2998, Box Office 621-1162.

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