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Intersections of Operatic singing and Mexican music genres

Mexican international tenor, Alfredo Carrillo describes his journey from Mexican music to operatic singing. Listen to him singing Norteno and Charro singing styles next to the lyrical (operatic) style. He performs Saturday and next week.
Alfredo Carrillo hails from Durango, Mexico and is an international tenor.  He speaks with KBCS’s Yuko Kodama about where Mexican music genres and operatic singing intersect and can be creatively merged in artistic expression.  
Carrillo performs at the following venues during his visit to our region:
Performances by Alfredo Carrillo – international tenor, Thomas Pandolfi – Juilliard International Concert Pianist,  and , Scott Fischer – Bachelor of Piano Performance Candidate, UW
Benaroya Hall Octave 9
Saturday, September 16th at 6 pm
Meydenbauer Center
Monday September 18 and Wednesday September 20 at 7 pm
Producer: Yuko Kodama
Photo: Alfredo Carrillo