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The Magic of Mexico

2019-2020 Season, Family Concerts

The Magic of Mexico

Nov 14
7 PM
Century II Concert Hall

featuring Nicholas Bardonnay, photographer & multimedia artist | presentando Nicholas Bardonnay, fotógrafo y artista multimedia

A Fiesta & Concert for All Ages

6:00pm: Food, drink, and family-friendly games and activities in the lobby
7:00pm: Concert

The Magic of Mexico weaves a  tapestry of the people, places, and everyday life across 18 states in Mexico. From Zacatecas to Chiapas, Oaxaca to Baja California Sur, The Magic of Mexico will draw you into Mexico’s colorful heart and treat your senses to the sights and sounds of this beautiful country with 100s of images projected above the Orchestra on three huge screens!

La Magia de México: Un concierto para todos siglos
14 de noviembre

18:00: Fiesta familiar en el vestíbulo
19:00: Concierto

La Magia de México teje un vibrante tapiz de personas, lugares y vida cotidiana en 18 estados de México. Desde Zacatecas hasta Chiapas, desde Oaxaca hasta Baja California Sur, la Magia de México atrae al público al colorido corazón de México y trata sus sentidos con las imágenes y los sonidos de un país que relativamente pocos extranjeros conocen. El formato incluye orquesta en vivo, múltiples proyectores digitales, una pantalla de 440 pies cuadrados y cientos de imágenes coreografiadas por Nicholas Bardonnay, fotógrafo y artista de multimedios. 

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Nicholas Bardonnay

About Nicholas Bardonnay

Nicholas Bardonnay is a photographer, multimedia artist, and the Creative Director & CEO of Westwater Arts. Founded in 1973, Westwater Arts has created multimedia experiences for more than half a million classical music lovers. To date, over 190 U.S. and international orchestras have programmed their groundbreaking art form: symphonic photochoreography. Westwater Arts' visual repertoire is set to music by Dvořák, Mahler, Copland, Shostakovich and 22 other renowned composers. Since joining Westwater Arts in 2009, Nicholas has photographed, produced, and performed over a dozen photochoreography pieces. Learn more at and follow their continuing adventures on Facebook.

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