Santa Cecilia Orchestra to Perform ‘Spellbound!’ at its Second Concert of the Season



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Santa Cecilia Orchestra to Perform ‘Spellbound!’ at its Second Concert of the Season


From the vitality of Dvorak’s dazzling Carnival Overture to the sensual, mesmerizing sounds of Arturo Márquez’ music, and Tchaikovsky’s most spectacular symphony–this concert overflows with enchanting, shimmering, spellbinding melodies.


LOS ANGELES, CA – Santa Cecilia Orchestra (SCO) will host its second concert of the 2013-2014 season, “Spellbound!”, which will take place at Occidental College’s Thorne Hall on Sunday February 9 at 4:00 p.m. Conductor Sonia Marie De León de Vega will lead the orchestra performing music by Dvorak, Márquez and Tchaikovsky. 


SCO is fulfilling its Music is For Everyone mission by offering full orchestra concerts, chamber concerts and its nationally acclaimed Discovering Music Program.  


The orchestra will perform three passionate masterworks, Dvorak’s Carnival Overture, Márquez’ Danzón No. 8 and Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4. The orchestra will end the program with Tchaikovsky’s most spectacular symphony, an emotional tour de force that blazes with passion. Rich with drama and marked by a supercharged melody, Tchaikovsky’s epic Symphony No. 4 will leave you with goose bumps.


The concert will take place at Occidental College’s Thorne Hall, 1600 Campus Rd., Los Angeles on Sunday February 9, 2014 at 4:00 p.m.  There will be one performance only of this program. Tickets priced at $26, $20 and $7 (youth 17 and under) are available by calling the orchestra office at (323) 259-3011 or by



About Santa Cecilia Orchestra and Conductor Sonia Marie De Léon de Vega

Founded in 1992 by world renowned conductor Sonia Marie De Léon de Vega, the Santa Cecilia Orchestra offers full orchestra and chamber concerts, and its nationally acclaimed Discovering Music, a two-year music education program that is currently offered in 18 elementary schools throughout Los Angeles. SCO has made a commitment to share the beauty and inspiration of classical music with Southern California audiences, giving special focus to Latino communities.  Media and speaking engagement inquiries, please contact Richie Matthews of Diálogo Public Relations at or for news, photos and biographies of the conductor and soloists, visit

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