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Arturo Chacón-Cruz In Concert
December 3 at 7:30pm

California Center for the Arts
340 N Escondido Blvd, Escondido, CA 92025


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Arturo Chacón-Cruz In Concert

This Black Friday - FOR 24 HOURS ONLY - enjoy a fabulous 50% savings on your tickets for Arturo Chacón-Cruz In Concert on Friday, December 3rd. We are very excited to welcome the Company debut of Mexican tenor Arturo Chacón-Cruz at the California Center for the Performing Arts, Escondido performing an eclectic and vibrant program of Opera Favorites, Zarzuela And Mariachi, accompanied by Jeremy Frank on piano and Mariachi Continental de México.
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Arrive early to walk through the free NORTHERN LIGHTS display on the 12 acre campus of the California Center for the Arts, Escondido

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About Arturo Chacón-Cruz in Concert

An Evening of Opera Favorites, Zarzuela And Mariachi.
We are very excited to welcome the Company debut of Mexican tenor Arturo Chacón-Cruz at the California Center for the Performing Arts, Escondido. Mr. Chacón-Cruz has established himself in recent years as a leading tenor with exciting appearances in renowned theaters and concert halls across the globe. He has sung over 60 roles in more than 30 countries. He is the 2005 winner of the Operalia Competition.