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Archive for: October, 2014

Piano Concert at Teatro Ángela Peralta

By Antonio Cabrero Carmen, as we know, is the femme fatale of opera characters, a free and independent beautiful seductress; she doesn’t mean any harm and it is really not her fault that men succumb prey to her charms. She negotiates her freedom with a common soldier who is taking her to jail after a [...]

D’Amore Duo Classical Guitar and Oboe Concert

By Mittie Roger Promusica is honored to welcome William Feasley, one of America’s leading classical guitarists, to the stage for his debut performance in San Miguel de Allende. After performing at Bellas Artes in Mexico City, he will join us with acclaimed oboeist, Emily Tsai, in the fantastically unique ensemble, the D’Amore Duo. Founded in [...]

The Playreaders Are Waiting for the Parade

By Ken Albanese Swing along with the SMA Playreaders as they take you back in time to Calgary in the 1940s with Waiting for the Parade by John Murrell. There will be both laughter and drama on stage as you join a group of amazing women doing what they can to survive the Second World [...]

A Feast of Design, Art, Fashion and Good Living

By Jade Arroyo The Bazaar of Art and Alternative Design will take place in its sixth edition on November 1 and 2, bringing the best of young independent designers to San Miguel one more time. In tune with the festivities of Day of the Dead, it is celebrating its first anniversary and also is part [...]

November Art Walk, Fábrica la Aurora

Day of the Dead By Edward Swift This year the Day of the Dead happens to fall on Fábrica la Aurora’s first Saturday Art Walk. The walk will feature live music, new exhibitions in several of the galleries, and altars to departed friends and colleagues. Art Walk Sat, Nov 1, 5-8pm New Exhibitions, Music, Altars [...]

Gallery 8A Edina Sagert and Group

Day of the Dead By Edward Swift For the November 1 art walk, the Edina Sagert Gallery 8A, located in Fábrica la Aurora, will celebrate the Day of the Dead with a group show of living artists. Currently there are five artists exhibiting in the gallery. They are Patricia de la Parra, Ingrid Rosas,  Blanca [...]

Day of the Dead Tradition and Art at Casa de la Cuesta

By Alexis White Casa de la Cuesta celebrates Day of the Dead with lectures, special mask museum hours, and exhibitions by a Oaxacan master weaver and a Mexican folk artist. A talk about Day of the Dead altars and traditions is among the special presentations and exhibitions going on today and Saturday, 2-6pm, at Casa [...]

Muertos y Monarcas: Celebrating Día de Muertos to Save Mexico’s Monarchs

Day of the Dead By Vía Orgánica Join Vía Orgánica, La Calaca, and Muros en Blanco for “Muertos y Monarcas,” a block party and art exhibition created to celebrate the creativity and diversity of la colonia Guadalupe, and bring attention to Mexico’s declining Monarch butterfly population. The fiesta will take place in front of Vía [...]

The Ancient Ones, Miguel Caréra’s new series

By Robert Lindberg The most recent production from the conceptual artist Miguel Caréra, “The Ancient Ones,” proposes a profound topic according to the dates of celebrating the Day of the Dead. He establishes a point of reflection that invites the audience to reflect on all the death scenes on a massive scale that have marked [...]

Day of the Dead in San Miguel

By Muriel Bevilacqua Logan As a member of the foreign community here in San Miguel for 12 years at the beginning of November, I’m thinking of the celebration of the Day of the Dead and how we foreigners participate in this meaningful and most Mexican of holidays. It seems to me there are three levels [...]

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