Mexican Trio Los Panchos is Coming to the National Theatre in March to Kick Off Their 70th Anniversary Tour

The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The Mexican trio Los Panchos will be performing in Costa Rica on March 7, 2015, which starts their world tour to celebrate their 70th anniversary.

The National Theatre of Costa Rica, located in downtown San José, will be the stage for the legendary Mexican singers with their boleros, confirmed event organizer, Profana Latin America.

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The trio is currently composed of Chucho Navarro, Misael Reyes, Eduardo Beristáin. Some of their most outstanding songs are: Sin Ti, Una Copa Más, Como un Rayito de Luna, Nuestro Amor, No, No y No, Historia de un Amor, Un Siglo de Ausencia, Contigo, and Triunfamos, among others.

Tickets, which have not yet gone on sale, will be priced between 30,000 colones ($55) and 40,000 colones ($74).

The trio was founded in 1944 by musicians Chucho Navarro, Alfredo Gil and Hernando Aviles, who were known for the sound of their guitars and irreplaceable bolero.

“The creation of fife and three voices singing bolero, was something that revolutionized the genres,” cites their newsletter. (ACAN-EFE)

The Costa Rica News (TCRN)

San Jose, Costa Rica

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