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Mexican Institute of Greater Houston presents Lunada

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Lunada, The Night of the Full Moon, is an event that incorporates classical music with the culture of Latin America, as performed by the Houston Symphony Orchestra.

Throughout Mexico’s small towns and pueblos community members come together during the night of the full moon, or Lunada, to share stories, poetry and music. The Houston Symphony Orchestra will perform works created with distinctive Mexican, Latin American, and Spanish influences.

Lunada, The Night of the Full Moon, is an event that incorporates classical music with the culture of Latin America, as performed by the Houston Symphony Orchestra.

Throughout Mexico’s small towns and pueblos community members come together during the night of the full moon, or Lunada, to share stories, poetry and music. The Houston Symphony Orchestra will perform works created with distinctive Mexican, Latin American, and Spanish influences.

Lunada, The Night of the Full Moon, is an event that incorporates classical music with the culture of Latin America, as performed by the Houston Symphony Orchestra.

Throughout Mexico’s small towns and pueblos community members come together during the night of the full moon, or Lunada, to share stories, poetry and music. The Houston Symphony Orchestra will perform works created with distinctive Mexican, Latin American, and Spanish influences.

WHEN

WHERE

Miller Outdoor Theatre
6000 Hermann Park Dr.
Houston, TX 77030
https://www.milleroutdoortheatre.com/performance/lunada/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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