Ricky Martin Fills Altos de Chavón Amphitheater for Symphonic Concert
Puerto Rican singer Ricky Martin performed his new venture, “Ricky Martin Sinfónico,” earlier this month at the Altos de Chavón amphitheater at Casa de Campo in the Dominican Republic. The concert, which has been acclaimed in several Latin American cities and the United States, featured Martin’s hits in a symphonic format. He was accompanied by the National Symphony Orchestra and directed by Maestro José Antonio Molina for these once-in-a-lifetime shows.
The concert included memorable hits, such as “Maybe,” “María,” “Fuego de noche, Nieve de día,” “Vente pa´ca,” and “Disparo al corazón.” Martin also performed his most recent single, “Ácido flavor,” from his new record “Play” (EP), which is now available on digital platforms. The show debuted on July 22 at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, where Martin performed with the local Philharmonic, directed by distinguished Venezuelan conductor, Gustavo Dudamel. After performing in the Dominican Republic, Ricky Martin is slated for six nights of concerts in Mexico.
For more information on the concert, check out the full article from Diario Libre.