Join the Seattle Symphony, the Ballard Civic Orchestra and students from the Seattle World Youth Orchestra for an all-Latin American program.
Highline Performing Art Center
401 S 152nd St, Burien, WA 98148
RSVP Encouraged, but not required.
Pablo Rus Broseta is Associate Conductor of the Seattle Symphony, having originally been appointed Assistant Conductor in 2015. During the 2017–2018 season, he leads the Seattle Symphony in a wide variety of concerts, including an all-Russian program with pianist Beatrice Rana, Carmina burana and a festival of Prokofiev concertos.
Paula Nava Madrigal is a cellist and one of a small percentage of Latinx female conductors in the United States. In addition to conducting orchestras, she teaches classical music to immigrant youth, providing free lessons and instruments. Paula has long been committed to social justice and inclusion in music education. It is her deep belief that all children deserve to receive musical education, no matter their social, racial or economic situation.
Ballard Civic Orchestra enhances community life by using music as a bridge to intercultural understanding in Seattle. BCO offers classical music education, opportunities, and experiences, without charge, in diverse neighborhoods and venues citywide. BCO is a multi-generational orchestra of professional musicians, talented volunteers, and enthusiastic music lovers who want to share their passion for music in a way that benefits their communities’ working families, young professionals, youth, and retirees. A special focus of the Ballard Civic Orchestra is under-served Latinx youth, their families, and communities.
The World Youth Orchestra (WYO) is the primary program of Young Strings Project Outreach (YSPO), whose mission is to enhance the lives of youth with limited means and limited access to classical music experiences and education in the Seattle area. The goals of the youth orchestra program are: 1) to provide instruction, without charge, to youth who wish to play a classical instrument and participate in a music ensemble and would not otherwise have the opportunity to do so; 2) to offer engaging opportunities for under-served inner-city and rural youth.to experience and learn about classical music.
New Work for strings and Cajon (Premiere)
Tierra de temporal
La oración del torero, Op. 34
The Seattle Symphony’s Family, School & Community programs are supported by 4Culture, Aetna Casualty & Surety, Alaska Airlines, Citi Community Capital, the Educational Legacy Fund, Hot Chocolate Fund, Moe and Susan Krabbe, the League of American Orchestras, Richard and Francine Loeb, Kjristine Lund, the Merriman Family, Music4Life, Music Works Northwest, the National Endowment for the Arts, Peach Foundation, the Peg and Rick Young Foundation, Seattle Pacific University, the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, Seattle Symphony Volunteers, the Sheri and Les Biller Family Foundation, Christine and Michel Suignard, Atsuhiko and Ina Goodwin Tateuchi Foundation, Ten Grands Seattle, Tulalip Tribes Charitable Fund, the U.S. Bank Foundation, UW Autism Center, Weill Music Institute, Wells Fargo Foundation, the Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati Foundation, the Wyman Youth Trust, and individual contributions to the Seattle Symphony Annual Fund.