Aída Cuevas “The Queen of Mariachi”

Apr 12th – Apr 14th

  • Time7:30 PM to 2:00 PM
Jeff Tyzik, conductor
Aída Cuevas, vocalist

The legendary Aída Cuevas, one of the greatest Mexican singers of all time and the first female singer to win a Grammy Award in the mariachi genre, has entertained Presidents Gerald Ford, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, the King and Queen of Spain, the Shah of Iran, and every Mexican president since 1975. Affectionately known as “The Queen of Mariachi,” the Latin Grammy Award-winner and the renowned Mariachi Aztlán join guest conductor Jeff Tyzik and The Phoenix Symphony in such beloved songs as “El Pastor” and “Mexico en la piel,” as well as her greatest hits “Te Doy Las Gracias” and “Quizás Mañana.”
  • Location Orpheum Theatre
  • 203 W Adams Street
  • Phoenix, Arizona 85003

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