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Puerto Vallarta Chamber Orchestra's Spring Concerts

March 20, 2017

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico - The Puerto Vallarta Chamber Orchestra and Instituto de Artes Musicales Puerto Vallarta (IAMPV) are pleased to announce two concert performances on Sunday and Monday, March 26 and 27, 2017. This season, 2016-2017, is the first time in the orchestra's history that there will be three concerts in the season instead of the usual two.

The orchestra's program will feature Eastern European music, including selected Slavonic Dances by Antonin Dvorak and his Symphony No. 9, the "New World" Symphony. The program will also include Rumanian Folk Dances by Bela Bartok. Our guest soloist will be the extremely popular band Moruno, comprised of Diego Mateo and Nacho Flores, who will perform Balkan music.

Concert Dates

Sunday, March 26 at 8:00 pm
American School / Colegio Americano
Albatros 129, Marina Vallarta

Monday, March 27 at 8:00 pm
Centro Empresarial
Paseo de los Cocoteros No. 67
(Across from Hard Rock Hotel)
Nuevo Vallarta

Don't miss the Vallarta Chamber Orchestra's final concerts of the season on March 26 and 27th. Tickets for a suggested donation of $200 pesos for adults and $100 pesos for children (5 and under free) will be available at the door on the nights of the concerts.

Your donation will support the orchestra's new policy of providing free tickets to music schools, student organizations and other groups who would otherwise be unable to afford these concerts and enjoy the experience and cultural exposure that they offer. This couple of concerts will allow 300 students and families to attend the performance for free.