Pasoan's love their music. Luckily the
city offers music for every conceivable
taste, from rock and country and country
and western, to tejano and classical.
source of music, both classical and
jazz, is the El Paso Symphony
Orchestra. The Oldest symphony in
Texas offers several classical concerts
each season under the acclaimed
direction of maestro Gürer Aykal.
Sometimes pop music, including jazz, is
performed. Kinder concerts, in December
and February, offer fun filled classics
Pro Musica delights audiences with
choir and chamber music as well as
classical music dating back to the
Renaissance era. Especially anticipated
are its dazzling Christmas concerts at
the city’s historic Union Depot. The
season runs from October through April.
Nehring Consorts is El Paso’s
professional singer and chamber players
group. They perform from October through
March at the Chapel at Loretto, 1300
Hardaway. Their performances include
music from the Renaissance period to
Community Concert Association offers
5 performances each season with both
well-known artists and emerging talents.
Festival de la Zarzuela performs at
UTEP and includes folk opera dating back
to the 16th century. This art includes
dancing, singing and spoken recitation
in both English and Spanish.
Opera Co., Inc. is one of the newest
31-passenger trolleys, which can be
chartered for special occasions. The
charge is $75 an hour with three-hour