Concert Series

Sunday, October 30 – 3:00 PM – Mariachi Aztlan de Pueblo

The award winning Mariachi Aztlan de Pueblo was founded in the fall of 1992 as a curricular component within the Pueblo Magnet High School Performing Arts department by Mr. Richard Carranza. They are comprised entirely of Pueblo Magnet High School students ranging in age from 14 to 18 years old.

The group plays authentic mariachi music, arranged and conducted by teacher and director, John Contreras, himself a mariachi musician with over thirty years of experience. Dressed in their elaborate traje de charro outfits, the group boasts a repertoire of traditional mariachi music.

As Tucson’s most popular youth mariachi, they have gained a reputation for excellence, sharing the stage with many of the world’s finest Mariachi ensembles, Symphony Orchestras and world renowned artists like Pink Martini, Rufus Wainwright III, Calexico and Rita Moreno. Through their music, they are continuously promoting a manifest pride in their cultural background and are an excellent example of the best our youth has to offer.

Sunday, February 5, 2023 – 3:00 PM – Michael T. C. Hey – Organ and Christiana Liberis – Violin/Viola Concert

This husband and wife duo make magical music together, but are better known for their individual musical artistry.