BSO Presents Latin Fire
The scintillating young conductor Enrico Lopez-Yañez, already Principal Pops Conductor with the Nashville Symphony, makes his Baltimore Symphony Orchestra debut. Drawing on his Mexican-American heritage, in collaboration with the Costa Rican trumpeter Josè Sibaja and the Mexican soprano Mónica Abrego, Lopez-Yañez presents his own sparkling arrangements of Latin hits like Tico-Tico no Fubá along with classical gems rooted in the Spanish-speaking world, including a sultry suite from Bizet’s Carmen.
This concert repeats on Thu., June 1 at 8 PM at The Music Center at Strathmore in North Bethesda and on Sun., June 4 at 3 PM at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall in Baltimore.
Kids Listen Free For all Classical and Pops concerts, children ages 7-17 may attend free with the purchase of an adult ticket. Reservations will need to be made in advance, by phone or in person. Limited quantity of free tickets available for each performance, with quantity based on demand. Up to two (2) free children’s tickets available per one (1) full price adult ticket, maximum of six (6) free children’s tickets allowed per household for each performance. See website for additional information.
Dates, times, repertoire, and locations are accurate as of the posting of the event information. For more information, visit www.BSOmusic.org or contact [email protected] or by phone at 410-783-8000 or toll free 877-276-1444.