Rothko Chapel’s Dia de los Muertos/All Saints Day “Time of Remembrance”

Event details

  • Thursday | November 2 | 6:00 PM
  • Rothko Chapel
  • 3900 Yupon at Sul Ross Houston, TX 77006
  • More information and Pay What You Can tickets on Rothko Chapel’s web site.

Community members will contemplate cycles of life and death across cultures with music, poetry, and personal reflections in observance of Dia de los Muertos, All Saint’s Day, and National Hospice and Palliative Care Month. Attendees are invited to bring a small memento, photo, or item to place on a community altar in remembrance of those who have passed on.

DACAMERA and Rothko Chapel present DACAMERA Young Artists

Jimena Montserrat, sopano; Yu-Ming Ma, violin; Hanna Hrybkova, violin; Weilan Li, viola; Chris Ellis, cello

Osvaldo Golijov: Lua Descolorida

The DACAMERA Young Artist program is a fellowship program for emerging professional instrumentalists, vocalists, and composers. The goal of the program is to encourage musicians to develop the skills necessary to become passionate, forward-thinking and community-focused “citizen artists;” that is, artists who reimagine the traditional notions of their music-making and embrace the role of contributing to society through the transformative power of their art and proactive social engagement.

We offer a broad range of repertoire and musical styles in innovative concerts of outstanding musical excellence.

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