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Love, jealousy and revenge are laid bare in "Cavalleria Rusticana," the opera that closes the January - June 2019 Yucatan Symphony Orchestra season.
With the monumental works of Antonin Dvorak, Albert Lortzing, Johann Strauss and Johannes Brahms, the Symphonic Orchestra University of Graz-Austria will perform in Mayan land.
The warm, velvety sounds of a contrabassoon joins the brass, woodwinds and strings heard this season at the Yucatán Symphony Orchestra.
Guest directors from Poland, Portugal and Brazil are included in the 2018's second OSY concert program.
For the penultimate 2017-18 program — and the final symphonic concert — musicians at the Peón Contreras are tackling their most ambitious work of the season.
When Juan José Pastor appears on stage this weekend, he might be grabbing his French horn a little more tightly.
A presentation by soloists Iliana Stefanova on violin, Veselin Dechev on cello and Irina Decheva on piano, is a highlight of the Symphony Orchestra of Yucatán's sixth program of Season 29.
Anna Miernik is returning to Yucatán, and this time she's on stage.
"The Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2," by the 19th-century Hungarian composer Franz Liszt, and the "Concert for Two Trombones," by Frigyes Hidas, are highlights this weekend at the Yucatán Symphony Orchestra.
With a selection of masterpieces from composers such as Tchaikovsky, Ravel and Revueltas, the Yucatán Symphony Orchestra announced its XXIX concert season program.
The world-famous mezzo-soprano Elīna Garanča, visiting Mérida for the first time, is having a love affair with Mexico.
Flutist LeeAnne Thompson has come from her Dallas home to be the guest soloist in Sunday's "Tribute to the Flute" with the Yucatan Symphony Orchestra.
Program 2 of the current Symphony season represents a homecoming for a very accomplished pianist.
The Orquesta Sinfónica de Yucatán's Sept. 8.-Dec. 10, 2017 season is under way.
Taller Ópera de Yucatán; Juan Carlos Lomónaco conducting.
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