National Music Conservatory
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National Music Conservatory information
The country’s most important music conservatory was founded at the beginning of the 20th century and still produces some of the country’s top classical musicians, like current golden boy José Antonio Espinal, recognized as one of the most talented young conductors, pianists and musicians in Mexico today. The Conservatory holds regular free concerts, but is not famed for its publicity or advance notice. Keep a close eye on the local press, stop by or telephone the information office.