National Symphony Orchestra – D.F.

National Symphony Orchestra – National Symphony Orchestra (OSN) is part of the Instituto Nacional de Bella Artes.

The main aims of the Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes (INBA) are the diffusion and promotion of the Arts (Museums, Opera, Music, Dance, and Literature), the artistic education and research, as well as the safeguarding and conservation of the movable and immovable artistic heritage. As such they encompass the Institute of Scenic Arts, the National Company of Dance, National Symphony Orchestra, Bella Artes Orchestra of Camara, National Opera Company, National Theater Company, National Museum of Art, Palace of Fine Arts Museum, National Museum of San Carlos, Museum and Studio of Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo, Museum of Modern Art, Tamayo Museum of Contemporary Art, and others.

The National Symphony Orchestra was founded by Carlos Chávez in 1928, which was essential for the development of Mexican music. Its work is extensive, diverse, and it can be considered like an immense and fruitful artistic and social phenomenon.

Visitor Information

National Symphony Orchestra – National Symphony Orchestra
Hidalgo # 1
Col. Centro
Cuauhtemoc Delegation
Mexico DF C.P. 06050

Ph: 5512 2593 ext. 1152, 1153 and 1154

Bezel $ 160. Mxn
Amphitheatre $ 120. Mxn
Gallery $ 80. Mxn

Discounts: 50% to affiliates programs SEPAL, teachers, students and seniors with INAPAM senior card

Programming subject to change

counter customisable

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