Music inspired by Mexican folklore on the LA Philharmonic, 11/2 @ 8pm
According to Mexican folklore, a brilliantly colored rattlesnake lives beneath the surface of the earth, waiting for the moment when humankind finds peace so it can return to the surface. Maestro Gustavo Dudamel conducts music inspired by this folklore in Francisco Cortés-Álvarez La Serpiente de Colores.
The LA Philharmonic wraps its season this month.
11/2 Garrido-Lecca: Esperanza Cortés-Álvarez: La Serpiente de Colores Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 (Jeanine De Bique, s; Taylor Raven, ms; Issachah Savage, t; José Antonio López, bs; Los Angeles Master Chorale; Grant Gershon, Art Dir; Gustavo Dudamel, cond)
11/9 Negrón: Moriviví Lieberson: Neruda Songs Still: Symphony No. 1, Afro-American (J’Nai Bridges, ms; Gustavo Dudamel, cond)