Monterey Symphony's Music of Mexico at Sherwood Hall
- When: Saturday, February 14, 2009, time TBA
- Where: Performing Arts Center of the Steinbeck Institute of Art and Culture (formerly Sherwood Hall), Salinas
- Cost: Not available
- Age limit: Not available
Cellist Carlos Prieto and his son, conductor Carlos Miguel Prieto--two of Mexico's top classical musicians--make their Monterey Symphony debut together in a program called Music of Mexico. The senior Prieto coaxes a deep, sonorous sound from his cello, ranging from mournful to sprightly, contemplative to quick. The junior Preito is a Harvard and Princeton grad who was, among many other accolades, named "Conductor of the Year 2002" by the Mexican Union of Music and Theater Critics. They apply their considerable gifts to Mexican composer Federico Ibarra's Cello Concerto, The Suite from Redes by Silvertre Revueltas and Schumann's Fourth Symphony. [WR]
Sherwood Hall: 3pm Sat final rehearsal, 8pm concert; Sunset Center: 3pm Sun, 8pm Mon. Performing Arts Center of the Steinbeck Institute of Art and Culture (formerly Sherwood Hall), 940 N. Main St., Salinas. $12-$15 Sat final rehearsal; $19-$39 Sat concert; $35-$69 Sun-Mon. 646-8511, 758-7477. http://www.montereysymphony.org.