When:
February 23, 2019 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm America/Mexico City Timezone
2019-02-23T19:00:00-06:00
2019-02-23T20:30:00-06:00
Where:
Incanto
Insurgentes 109 col. Emiliano Zapata
Contact:
Box Office
+523222239756
Vanessa Amaro and Friends @ Incanto

 

Join us for an exhilarating night of opera music including “Una voce poco fa” by Rossini. “Je veux vivre” by Gounod, “Glitter and be gay” by Bernstein, and “Non piu andrai” Mozart. Some other favorites include  “If I were a rich man”, “La cidarem la mano” Mozart, “Due di gatti”, and some cabaret music like “Youkali” by Kurt Weill. To end the evening, special guest pianist, Dennis Crow, Will play a medley from the musicals by Rodgers and Hammerstein.

Vanessa Amaro is a Soprano and graduated from the Conservatory of Mexico. She has competed and won several national singing competitions, including Carlo Morelli. She has sung in the most important places of the Mexican Republic, and has completed several master classes. She recently traveled to take a singing course in Kelowna, Canada, where she had the opportunity to record  Disco with her favorite songs. “Puerto Vallarta for me has been a blessing,” says Vanessa.

Juan Carlos Villalobos is a baritone. He’s 19 years old. He studied at the “Conservatorio de Las Rosas”. He will sing Nardo at the Opera “La Finta Giardinera” by Mozart, at the Conservatory. He has performed in some of the most famous places in the city, including the Ocampo Theater, Morelos Theater, Cologne Art Museum, and the Government Palace.

Pianist Alejandro Villareal began his musical studies at the Music Conservatory of Edo de Puebla, and continues later in High School. He attended the Diocesan of Sacred Music of Guadalajara and in the School Superior of Golden Piano Corona. He uses interesting techniques inherited from large musicians and concert players like Mtro. Clemente Quezada, Mtra. Angeles Mercado and the famous pianist Mtra. Leonor Montijo, all prominent Jaliscien artists. As Director he has led the baton of the Chamber Orchestra of Department of Art and Culture of Pto Vallarta. And the Orchestra of Chamber and Soloists Ensemble Maestoso.