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[photos] 2022 Día de los Muertos @ SF Symphony

San Francisco Symphony’s annual Día de los Muertos celebration

Lak’ech Danza Azteca, altars and exquisite folk, skeleton masks with Mexican Museum, sugar skulls with Irma Ortiz, and live painting demonstration by Adrián Arias!

Conducted by Carlos Miguel Prieto and starring trumpet soloist Pacho Flores with the SF Symphony, this dynamic concert features traditional music with contemporary works honoring the rich heritage of this ancient holiday.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2022 at 12 PM
Día de los Muertos
Davies Symphony Hall
201 Van Ness Avenue, SF.

See photos below!

About amazing show!

Join a vibrant celebration of Latin American music and culture, including lobby installations by local artists.

Carlos Miguel Prieto conducts the San Francisco Symphony in music by Evencio Castellanos Yumar, Arturo Márquez, José Pablo Moncayo García, Gabriela Ortiz, and Silvestre Revueltas; trumpet player Pacho Flores is soloist in Arturo Márquez’ Concierto de Otoño; with performances by Casa Círculo Cultural and Canción de Obsidiana

Local artists, community groups, and Latin American cultural partners join the SF Symphony to celebrate Día de los Muertos through lobby art installations and pre-concert activities

¡Fiesta! Día de los Muertos dinner packages include post-concert reception, seated dinner, and online auction plus premium concert seating

Before the show!

Explore large-scale art installations handcrafted by local artists and curated by longtime collaborator Martha Rodríguez-Salazar.

Snap a photo with one of the dazzling catrines and catrinas who stroll about the lobby, along with more family-friendly festivities!

ARTISTS:

Carlos Miguel Prieto, Conductor
Pacho Flores, Trumpet
Casa Círculo Cultural
Canción de Obsidiana
San Francisco Symphony.

PROGRAM:

‘Sensemayá’
Silvestre Revueltas
‘Kauyumari’
Gabriela Ortiz
‘Concierto de Otoño’
Arturo Márquez
‘Santa Cruz de Pacairigua’
Evencio Castellanos Yumar
‘Danzón’ No. 2
Arturo Márquez
‘Huapango’
José Pablo Moncayo García.

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