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Cuarteto Yucatán calls Palacio de la Música home this season

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The Cuarteto Yucatán has been named Ensemble in Residence at the Palacio de la Música, and will present concerts as part of a larger chamber music cycle called Conciertos de Bolsillo. 

The Cuarteto will present three concerts during the September-December cycle, and an additional three during the January-March 2020 cycle.  

The gala inaugural concert will feature internationally renowned guitarist Cecilio Perera, playing with the Cuarteto Yucatán. 

This concert will be free, and will take place 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 4, at the Palacio de Música. It will be a terrific opportunity to hear one of Yucatán’s most famous favorite sons, and also get to know the wonderful venue at the Palacio de la Música. 

No tickets required. Doors open an hour before the concert begins and will have open seating.

The subsequent concerts will take place Wednesday, Nov. 27 and Friday, Dec. 27, the traditional Christmas concert.  These concerts will also take place at 8 p.m.

Stay tuned for the January-March dates.

Ticket prices will be between 250 and 300 pesos, and available online in September. Tickets will also be sold at the Palacio de la Música for three days in September, with exact dates to be announced.

The chamber music series, Conciertos de Bolsillo, will include Baroque, Classical, Jazz, International and other musical genres, with internationally and nationally known artists.  

Moreover, the Cuarteto Yucatán will present two additional concerts during the September-December cycle: 6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 10 at Teatro Peon Contreras and 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 30 (a Halloween theme) at Hacienda Santa Cruz. Details of ticket purchases for these concerts will be announced. soon.

SAVE THE DATES:

Wednesday, September 4 at 20:00 Palacio de la Música, Cecilio Perera and the Cuarteto Yucatán

Wednesday, October 30 at 20:00 Hacienda Santa Cruz, Cuarteto Yucatán Halloween Concert

Sunday, November 10 at 18:00 Teatro Peon Contreras, Cuarteto Yucatán

Wednesday, November 27 at 20:00 Palacio de la Música, Cuarteto Yucatán

Friday, December 27 at 20:00 Palacio de la Música, Cuarteto Yucatán Christmas concert

For information, contact info@cuartetoyucatan.com.

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