- Arts and entertainment
- Family friendly
- Open to the public
What better way to open our ASU Symphonic Orchestra 2023-24 season than a celebration?!
Come party with us as we honor Mexican Independence Day with an exciting concert! The ASU Symphony Orchestra will perform pieces by Gabriela Ortiz, José Pablo Moncayo and Silvestre Revueltas, to name a few.
With plenty of surprises and stellar guests aligned, we will be collaborating with the ASU Mariachi ensemble led by Scott Glasser, as well as special guests of honor, Mariachi Garibaldi.
This concert is co-sponsored by ASU Gammage, the ASU School of Music, Dance and Theatre and the Herberger Institute Culture and Access. The media sponsor for the Sept. 16 events is Telemundo.
Join us for a post-concert celebration at the Music Building Lawn just across the street. There will be food trucks, snacks, a live DJ, arts & crafts projects, and lawn and table games. Please RSVP for the post-concert celebration using this link: https://specialevents.asu.edu/768409
Julie Desbordes, conductor
Sergio Freeman, student conductor
Mariachi Garibaldi, guest artists
ASU Symphony Orchestra:
Gabriela Ortiz: Antrópolis
Silvestre Revueltas: Sensemayá
Nubia Jaime Donjuan: Maso Ye’Eme
Jose Pablo Moncayo: Huapango
ASU Symphony Orchestra and Mariachi Garibaldi:
Popurri de Jose Alfredo Jimenez
Homenaje a Vicente Fernandez
Encore: ASU Symphony Orchestra, Mariachi Garibaldi and ASU Mariachi:
All Herberger Institute students are eligible for one complimentary ticket. To obtain the ticket, visit the ASU Gammage box office in-person either in advance of day of the show with your student ID.
All Herberger Institute faculty and staff are eligible for up to two complimentary tickets. To obtain the tickets, visit the ASU Gammage box office in-person, either in advance or day of the show with your faculty or staff ID.
For ASU Gammage ticketed events, tickets are available for
$12 in-person at the ASU Gammage Box office or can be purchased online at Ticketmaster (fees apply).