NEW YORK, June 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Two Dynasties, The Paulino and Hernandez Dynasty, along with NYC's mariachi master apprentice program New York City Mariachi Conservatory, unite passions to promote the beauty and splendor of Mariachi music in the Big Apple, New York City.
The Northeast's finest mariachi, Mariachi Tapatio de Alvaro Paulino featuring America's Got Talent Sebastien De La Cruz along with several performers will converge at the historic Brooklyn Music School and Playhouse, Saturday night, June 15, 2013 7:00 - 10:30 p.m. ET for what will surely be a memorable evening of entertainment. The audience will be treated to light refreshments, included in the ticket price ($45). Raffle tickets are available to purchase for $10 for a chance to win a personalized "serenata" by Mariachi Tapation de Alvaro Paulino.
Workshops will be held for ALL musicians Thursday June 13 and Friday June 14
6:00-10:00 p.m. by Maestro Jose L. Hernandez from The Nation's Premier Mariachi, Mariachi Sol De Mexico. Class registration for both days is $100.
The Brooklyn Music School and Playhouse126 St. Felix Street, Brooklyn, NY 11217
For tickets and more information, call Alvaro Paulino Jr. at 917-709-3885 Email; www.NewYorkCityMariachiConservatory.com
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Web site: http://www.NewYorkCityMariachiConservatory.com/
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