Maestro Pablo Zinger takes us on an anthological journey to the origins of a most beloved musical genre, from its origins in 17th century Spain to the Cuban operettas of the first decades of the 20th century. Featuring numbers from popular favorites, like Luisa Fernánda, as well as songs by key composers of the Cuban musical theater, such as Eliseo Grenet, Gonzalo Roig, Ernesto Lecuona and Jorge Anckermann. With an international cast.
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Bruno Walter Theater @ Lincoln Center
111 Amsterdam Ave. (bet. 64th & 65th Sts.), NYC
This program is supported, in part, by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.