Thank You! Mil Gracias!

To all our guests who attended Noche de Gala, to the Cultural Attaché of the Embassy of Argentina, Victoria Molteni and her assistant Maritza Gueler, to the Jazz Mambo Six, to the wine distributors Domaine Bosquet, Nieto Senetiner, and Ruta 22, to the Embassy of Uruguay, and to the many sponsors and merchandise and services donors. And of course, to our dedicated volunteers. Together they made this event a big success and lots of fun!

Please check back soon to see our 2025 season performances. PASO’s first concert is October 26, 2024 at the Terrace Theater of the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. See you there!

Passion and Fire – Music of Spain
June 15, 2024

An evening of music by Spain’s foremost composers — Isaac Albéniz, Manuel de Falla, and Enrique Granados — music infused with the rhythms of Spanish folkdances and reflecting the traditions of the Gypsy, Jewish, Arab, African, and Greek peoples.

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Featured Artist

Maria Juncal


Our History

Founded 30 years ago by dynamic Argentine conductor and musician…

Promoting Latino music talent for over 3 decades

Washington, D.C. premieres of symphony works from Latin America
performance opportunities for new Latino composers
new commissioned symphony works from Latino composers
Performed symphonic tango works composed by young, living Latino tango composers
Patrons reached each season
D.C. public school students reached each year

Learn More about Latin American Music

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Attending a Concert

If you are new to attending a symphony orchestra concert, you might be wondering about the proper etiquette. We have some recommendations to make your experience especially enjoyable.

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