Westminster Symphonic Choir joins the the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, conducted by the charismatic Gustavo Dudamel, to dive into the deep wells of Latin America’s classical music tradition with such works as Villa-Lobos’s Chôros No. 10—a monumental piece of Brazilian musical nationalism that was a huge hit at its 1926 premiere in Rio de Janeiro—and Estévez’s Cantata criolla, a portrait of the Venezuelan spirit.

Westminster Symphonic Choir joins the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, conducted by the charismatic Gustavo Dudamel, to dive into the deep wells of Latin America’s classical music tradition with such works as Villa-Lobos’s Chôros No. 10—a monumental piece of Brazilian musical nationalism that was a huge hit at its 1926 premiere in Rio de Janeiro—and Estévez’s Cantata criolla, a portrait of the Venezuelan spirit. For more information go to Carnegie Hall.

Performers 

Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela 
Aquiles Machado, tenor 
Gaspar Colón, baritone 
Westminster Symphonic Choir
Joe Miller, director
Gustavo Dudamel, conductor 

Ticket Information 

For ticket information and pricing go to Carnegie Hall.