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Enjoy a talented multicultural symphony in a lovely restored Opera House… in Mexico!

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Enjoy a talented multicultural symphony in a lovely restored Opera House… in Mexico!


The Sinaloa Symphony Orchestra is a wonderful blend of international talent. Reporter Eric Scigliano of Crosscut in Seattle recently had the pleasure of visiting Mazatlán and enjoyed meeting two members of the symphony, too.  He wrote about it in his piece, Go South, Young Musician. Be sure t read all the way to the end of the piece.

Mazatlán is a unique city – has a lovely Centro Historico, a lively cultural scene, fantastic beaches, and lovely sunsets every single night.

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