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Palacio Cantón’s Noche Blanca entertainment

A great opportunity to see and enjoy "Lak'iin, the Power of the Eastern Mayan" and a Maya-themed theatrical kid-friendly performance, "Piedra de Agua" by...

Yucatán Symphony Orchestra, final program of the season

Taller Ópera de Yucatán; Juan Carlos Lomónaco conducting.

Yucatán Symphony Orchestra, Program 8

Final of the Fifth National and International Piano Competition "José Jacinto Cuevas" Yamaha. This concert is not part of program for subscribers. Marc Moncusí, guest conductor.

Yucatán Symphony Orchestra, Program 7

Elena Mikhailova on violin, Juan Carlos Lomónaco conducting.

Yucatán Symphony Orchestra, Program 6

Miguel Angel Villanueva, flute; Jesús Medina, guest conductor

Chamber Music Merida! concert series at Xcanatún

The inaugural 2016 - 2017 Hacienda Xcanatun & Chamber Music Merida! concert series features more than 30 members of the Orquesta Sinfonica de Yucatan in 18 separate performances.

International String Quartet at Olimpo

The International String Quartet has returned, this time at the Olimpo.

Symphony asks audience to dress with respect

And any gentlemen who show up to the Symphony in shorts and sandals might blush when they read the back of their ticket.

International String Quartet at Olimpo

The International String Quartet has returned, this time at the Olimpo.

Juan Carlos Lomónaco welcomes the Yucatán Symphony’s expat audience

OSY Conductor Juan Carlos Lomónaco welcomes Yucatán Expat Life readers with a video message in anticipation of the opening of the new season on Friday.

Yucatán Symphony Orchestra home again for 26th season

Seven musicians will perform for the first time with the Yucatán Symphony Orchestra (OSY) for its 26th season, which premieres on Friday, Sept. 9.

‘Figaro’ concludes symphony season

The Yucatán Symphony Orchestra ends it season on a high note: Mozart's "Marriage of Figaro" will bring together a spectacular cast at a newly renovated Teatro José Peón Contreras.

Yucatán Symphony cheered at Cervantes Festival

The Yucatán Symphony Orchestra returned to Mérida after two well-received performances at the International Cervantes Festival.