CDMX: New Music from Mexico (Contemporary Mexico)

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Performances

Part of GU1 Green Umbrella


Artists

Carlos Miguel Prieto, conductor

Diana Syrse, voice

Thomas Hooten, trumpet

Amy Jo Rhine, horn

David Rejano, trombone

John Lofton, bass trombone

Matthew Howard, percussion

Nathan Cole, violin

Akiko Tarumoto, violin

Ben Ullery, viola


Program

Édgar Guzmán: Phantasy on a (world premiere, LA Phil commission)

Felipe Waller: Echo Chambers Chronicles (world premiere, LA Phil commission)

Intermission

Alejandro Castaños: Puntos de inflexión (world premiere, LA Phil commission)

Ivan Naranjo: to what for ensembles (world premiere, LA Phil commission)

Diana Syrse: Connected Identities (Identidades Conectadas) (world premiere, LA Phil commission)


About This Performance


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Our thoughts are with all who are affected by the earthquake in Mexico. A portion of our CDMX Festival ticket sales will be donated to UNICEF relief efforts.

CDMX Lounge

Throughout the CDMX festival, explore BP Hall and visit our pop-up bar for pre-concert and intermission refreshments; view custom artwork by Self Help Graphics and other CDMX inspired installations including custom papel picado projections created by Daniel González. The first 200 guests will receive a complimentary CDMX festival poster created by Mexico City art collective TodoBien Studio.

This program is part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, an initiative of the Getty with arts institutions across Southern California. The presenting sponsor is Bank of America. Major support provided through grants from the Getty Foundation.

Programs, artists, dates, times, prices and availability subject to change.


Upbeat Live: pre-concert talks

  • Tuesday, October 17, 2017 - 6:45pm

Veronika Krausas

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