Colorado Symphony Cinco de Mayo Free Concert

Presented by the Colorado Symphony, NEWSED Community Development Corporation, the Consulate General of Mexico in Denver and the Mexican Cultural Center, this annual festive Cinco de Mayo concert features favorite traditional mariachi music, a vocal soloist and dancers. Associate Conductor Scott O’Neil leads the Colorado Symphony and guest musicians in songs like “La Negra,” “ Guadalajara ,” “Cielito lindo huasteco” and much more. Students from Bryant Webster’s Mariachi Juvenil perform along with Denver ’s premier mariachi ensemble, Mariachi Sol de Mi Tierra. Colorado’s premier Hispanic dance company, Fiesta Colorado Dance Company adds a colorful and festive flair to the celebration. Don’t miss this exciting annual Cinco de Mayo celebration featuring some of today’s most acclaimed performers in this tradition.

Wednesday, May 5, 2010 at 7:00 p.m.
The Colorado Symphony

Scott O’Neil, associate conductor
Jeff Nevin, arranger and trumpet
Jose Luis Duval, tenor

Mariachi Sol de Mi Tierra · Juventino Romero, director
Bryant Webster School Mariachi Juvenil · Pamela Liñan, director
Fiesta Colorado Dance Company | Jeanette Trujillo Lucero, artistic director

Boettcher Concert Hall at the Denver Performing Arts Complex

Tickets for the Cinco de Mayo Celebration concert are free to the public and are available at the Colorado Symphony Box Office, located in the lobby of Boettcher Concert Hall, 303.623.7876. Seating is on a first come, first served basis.


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