is the solo Featured Artist group for the Luminaria's Mission San José Interpretive Arts Program. They will perform on Sunday, November 11, 2018 at 5 PM in the Granary at Mission San José.
Agarita strives to take classical music out of its “ivory tower,” making it accessible, fun, and engaging for all. This violin, viola, cello, and piano ensemble will use its instrumentation to create narratives and storylines connected to the city and the Mission's rich histories through the language of music and melody of light. The stimulating journey through time culminates with a live concert in the Granary, accompanied by visual projection and manipulation of light throughout the space. This special interpretive arts program celebrating San Antonio's Tricentennial
is funded by the Western National Parks Association
in partnership with the National Park Service