La Jolla Symphony & Chorus Gets a Little Spooky With Its Season-Opening Concert
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All offers for La Jolla Symphony & Chorus Season-Opening Concert have expired.
The last date listed for La Jolla Symphony & Chorus Season-Opening Concert was Sunday November 3, 2013 / 2:00pm.
Currently at Mandeville Auditorium:
- Full Price:
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- $10.00 - $14.50
Enjoy an evening of Latin American music full of swagger and drama. Maria Guinand, the noted Venezuelan choral conductor, will be conducting Osvaldo Golijov's Oceana, inspired by the poetry of Pablo Neruda, and Heitor Villa-Lobos' Chôros No. 10, based on Brazilian street musicians. The concert will also feature the West Coast premiere of Intrada 1631, based on 17th-century Peruvian chants, and Argentine composer Alberto Ginastera's Malambo. The night offers a veritable tour of Latin America through its various music styles, all of which are invigorating and inspiring. Learn More
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There is a free pre-concert lecture one hour before the concert.
Concert running time is approximately two hours.
Parking is free on concert weekends (Lots 207 and 208). You may park in any space with a meter, or those marked with an A, B or S. You may not park in loading zones, service yard spaces, or spaces that specifically say Reserved or Reserved 24/7. A limited number of handicapped parking spaces will be available along the loop in front of Mandeville Auditorium as well as in Lot 206.