Costa Rica Entertainment – The Symphonic Orchestra of Heredia releases an album this weekend. Additionally, the 2018 concert season, named Latitudes Sonoras, will start off at the II OSH (Orquesta Sinfoìnica de Heredia) International Festival.
Director Eddie More returns to the Orchestra. He will be there for the beginning of the season as well as to exhibit the Latin Grammy statuette, which he won in December for his work directing the National Symphony Orchestra. Everyone interested can take a photo next to Mora with the statuette.
The concert will be presented twice. On Saturday, March 24, it will be at the National Theater. This performance will present its ninth record production, Ecos del silencio. It is on this date that the statuette will be available to view.
Then on March 27, the group will be at the Immaculate Conception Parish of Heredia, for a traditional Semana Santa (Holy Week) presentation.
The statuette will be exhibited at 7 pm at the National Theater, the album will be presented at 7:30 and then the recital at 8. Tickets are ¢6,000 and ¢4,500 for students and seniors. The recital on the 27th is at 7:30 and is free.