Maestro Arturo Romero Ramírez, violinist, member of the Camerata Mazatlán, begins the closing of the year with two important invitations of excellent national level.
Next November 28th at 7 p.m. at the Fernando Calderón Theater, he will appear as a guest soloist with the Chamber Orchestra of the State of Zacatecas -OCEZ- under the baton of guest conductor Cristina Pestana.
On December 7, maestro Arturo Romero will play the Concerto for violin and orchestra, Op.14 by Samuel Barber under the direction of Eduardo Diazmuñoz.
In this regard, the violinist of the Camerata Mazatlán commented:
“It is a presentation in the City of Monterrey with the Symphony Orchestra of the Autonomous University of Nuevo León under the direction of maestro Eduardo Diazmuñoz who is today one of the most distinguished Mexican conductors, and a legend, since he is a highly prepared musician. His direction is exemplary, he was a student of Leonard Bernstein. So, it is an honor for me to play American music with him, in that program there will be pure music from the United States, by Samuel Barber and Leonard Bernstein.”