National Symphony Orchestra of Mexico
Direct from Mexico
NATIONAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF MEXICO
Wednesday, February 11
Anderson Center- Osterhout Theater
Enrique Batiz, Music Director and Chief Conductor
With over 40 years in existence, the National Symphony Orchestra of México was formed by Maestro Enrique Batiz and the State Government of Mexico to promote music as a means of union and identification among Mexicans. Enrique Batiz is one of the most famous orchestra conductors in Latin America, a gifted artist who has won international popularity and fame with interpretations that elicit the deepest and most profound emotion.
Program (subject to change):
Enrique Granados’ “Three Spanish Dances”
Manuel Ponce’s Violin Concerto
Johannes Brahms’ Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Op. 73.