La Catrina String Quartet says cello to the Higley Center

November 15, 2012 by  

The La Catrina String Quartet has been declared by Yo You Man as one of the most admirable ambassadors to the music industry with its unique and special blend of Mexican and Latin American music. This musical medley has proven to be enormously popular with a diverse collection of audiences, so no doubt poster printing will be undertaken to advertise its arrival in Gilbert next week.

Today, the La Catrina String Quartet is amongst the most in-demand assemblies throughout the nation and has set itself a mission to perform masterworks by string quartet repertoires, but also to incorporate Latin American and Mexican music into its performances, while working with composers to promote this brand new musical performance mix worldwide.

The quartet has earned and been awarded with many recognitions, plus it has also worked with such composers as John Ferrito and Thomas Janson at the Kent Blossom Music Festival. It has competed in a number of contests and come out on top. Now, as the latest quartet to take up residence in Carnegie Hall, it is sure to become more popular than ever.

Tickets range in price from $14 to $20 per person. The La Catrina String Quartet will be performing live on Monday, November 19th starting at 7pm at the Higley Center for the Performing Arts in Gilbert, Arizona. To book a ticket, please call the box office at 480-279-7190 or visit the Higley Center for the Performing Arts website.