Sones de México Ensemble, the Consulate General of Mexico in Chicago, and the International Latino Cultural Center are teaming up to celebrate Mexico and the 100th anniversary of the city’s iconic Navy Pier on Sunday, April 3, beginning at 10AM in the IMAX Theatre. The day-long festivities will begin with a screening of silent film pioneer Sergei Eisenstein’s lost classic ¡Que Viva Mexico! accompanied by a new live score composed, arranged and performed by Sones de México Ensemble at 10AM. Later that day, at 2:45PM, the Ensemble will perform their engaging and informative program Beyond the Music: A Musical Geography of Mexico at Navy Pier’s beautiful Crystal Gardens, closing the event with an energetic grand finale in collaboration with folk dancers from Ballet Quetzalcóatl. Sones de México Ensemble’s performances are part of Celebrate Mexico, joining a full day of Mexican dance, music and family fun at Navy Pier’s Neighborhoods of the World series. Navy Pier is located on Chicago’s lakefront at 700 E. Grand Avenue, Chicago. All performances are free and open to the public.