A symphonic trip to the concert music that marked the twentieth century in Mexico, with works by emblematic composers such as Carlos Chávez, Arturo Márquez, Silvestre Revueltas, Pablo Moncayo and others, will be heard at the concert offered by the Northwest Symphony Orchestra, within of the Mazatlan Cultural Festival 2019, this Saturday at 8:00 p.m., at the Angela Peralta Theater.
The Orchestra will be directed by the conductor Víctor Manuel Osuna Lizárraga, in accompaniment with the solo guitarist, Pablo Garibay.
The show will arrive free of charge through the call for the program to Support Cultural and Artistic Festivals, in which the Port managed to obtain a place. Access for citizens in general will be delivered at the box office of the Angela Peralta Theater.
The Northwest Symphony Orchestra is made up of professional musicians who live in the entities corresponding to the Northwest of the Mexican Republic such as Mazatlan, Culiacán, Los Mochis and Hermosillo. These musicians are also part of the most representative orchestras in the region, such as the Sinaloa Orchestra of the Arts (OSSLA), the Mazatlan Chamber Orchestra and the Sonora Philharmonic Orchestra.