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Isabel Marie to celebrate legacy of Selena with Fort Worth Symphony on Nov. 1

The Fort Worth Symphony is holding a one-night event this November that Selena fans will want to attend.

The legacy of Selena Quintanilla-Perez is being honored in a tribute performed by Isabel Marie Sánchez with the Fort Worth Symphony on Friday, Nov. 1.

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This one-night tribute to the “Queen of Cumbia” will be led by conductor Miguel Harth-Bedoya at Bass Performance Hall in Fort Worth, Texas at 7:30 p.m. 

Sánchez, who is just 16 years old, has been singing since she was two years old and is currently signed with Q-Zone Records with Selena’s father, Abraham Quintanilla.

Selena was an icon, and her music is beloved by millions worldwide. Her hits – including “Dreaming of You,” “Como la Flor,” “Bidi Bidi Bom Bom,” “No Me Queda Más,” and “I Could Fall in Love” – will be performed with a full orchestra.

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Concertgoers can expect to hear some of Selena’s most famous tunes performed in an emotional tribute to the late star, who died at age 23, far before she had reached her prime and full level of stardom. She was referred to as the “Mexican Madonna” and her contributions to music and fashion are still revered today.

This one-night event is a special opportunity to celebrate the life of Selena, her music, her culture, and her legacy, as well as to welcome a new rising star to the musical world. To this day, Selena is the top-selling female artist in Latin music and her presence lives on.

Tickets are available now at FWSymphony.org.

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