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Celebrando A México

Sunday, September 18th 2022 • 2:00pm - 5:00pm

The Idaho Botanical Garden and Opera Idaho are proud to bring you “Celebrando a México.” An outdoor, musical event celebrating Mexican Independence Day through its music, cuisine, rich arts and culture.

Mexican-American opera singers, Cecilia Violetta López and Levi Hernandez, will be performing traditional “rancheras” with local mariachi, Mariachi Sol de Acapulco, as well as favorite opera arias and duets. “Celebrando a México” will bridge musical worlds in a way our community has never seen.

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Sunday, September 18th from 2p-5p

Features:

Cecilia Violetta López
Levi Hernandez
Sol de Acapulco Mariachi
Norma Pintar, Mexican Folk Dancer

Ticketing

Tickets available in advance and at the door

General Public:
Adult: $30
Senior: $27
Child (12+)/Student: $10
11 and under: Free

Garden or Opera Idaho Member/Subscriber/OICC/OIRC/military:
Adult: $24
Senior: $22
Child (12+)/Student: $8
11 and under: Free

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A variety of talented singers, musicians, artists and makers bring the beauty, sounds and tastes of Mexico and Latin countries to the Idaho Botanical Garden to celebrate Mexican Independence Day. A feast for all the senses, the Garden provides a unique backdrop to traditional songs, food and drinks.

We are proud to partner with Opera Idaho to bring more opportunities to celebrate the culture that helps make the Treasure Valley such an incredible place to live. Learn more about Opera Idaho and their upcoming events here. https://operaidaho.org

Celebrated soprano, Cecilia Violetta López, has been named one of “Idaho’s Top 10 Most Influential Women of the Century” by USA Today and has been named one of opera’s “25 Rising Stars” by Opera News. The singing actress is constantly praised for her “alluring voice and incredible range” (Washington Post).

She has received accolades for her signature role of Violetta in La traviata, which she has performed countless times throughout North America. Critic, James Jorden, exclaimed “she is a Violetta fully- formed and, I think, ready for the great stages of the world.” She has now performed the role with Minnesota Opera, Opera Colorado, Opera Tampa, Opera Idaho, Ash Lawn Opera, The Northern Lights Music Festival, Madison Opera, Pacific Symphony and Virginia Opera. Ms. López made her European début as Norina in Don Pasquale with Zomeropera in Belgium, for which Klassiek Centraal exclaimed: “She turns out to be the revelation of the show and wins over the audience with her funny rendition, irresistible charm, and [she is] natural in the different vocals.”

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