Esperanza Azteca Youth Symphony Orchestra To Perform Free Concert On Downtown Plaza de Las Cruces
Esperanza Azteca Youth Symphony Orchestra will be performing a free concert on the Plaza de Las Cruces on Sunday, October 23rd at 2:30 pm.
The group, made up of approximately 140 children ages 5 to 17 from Ciudad Juarez, will be performing “Sentimientos y Tradiciones” which includes a tribute to Mexican songwriter and singer Juan Gabriel.
Under the direction of Guillermo Quezada Novela, the orchestra debuted in June 2011, delivering an outstanding performance that has led to their participation in various national and international cultural forums that include the International Festival of Chihuahua, along with performances in Los Angeles and San Diego, California.
Esperanza Azteca is a social project driven by Fundación Azteca with the purpose of promoting the personal growth of children and young Mexicans. Since 2009, Esperanza Azteca has reached more than 16,000 children through the teaching of music. Its members have not only developed musical skills, but also values such as discipline, the pursuit of excellence, and teamwork.
Please join Visit Las Cruces, The Las Cruces Sun News and the Las Cruces Symphony Association, in welcoming Esperanza Azteca Youth Symphony Orchestra and Chorus to the Plaza de Las Cruces on Sunday, October 23rd, 2016. This promises to be an afternoon of great family entertainment for people of all ages.