Those Gypsy Blues
By David Johanssen
After spending the winter in New Orleans, Nathan Rivera and Jessie Andra Smith return to SMA to share the gift of music and perform their original gypsy blues music. Hailing from California, the duo enjoys traveling the world, meeting new friends, and writing tunes of all styles inspired by the lives they lead. Jessie’s jazz guitar and intuitive singing have earned her a special place in the community of SMA. Paired with Nathan Rivera, his eclectic accordion, and fluent improvisation meld with their music to create a truly unique and unforgettable show. Friday, March 20, at 7:30pm and Saturday, March 21, at 7:30pm, Shelter Theater presents Gypsy Blues. These young gypsy-folk musicians have traveled the world to share their gift of good-time music: “Spreading positivity and joy one note at a time!” 150 pesos.
Nathan Rivera Band
Fri, Mar 20, 7:30pm
Nathan Rivera Band
Sat, Mar 21, 7:30pm
Documentary and Discussion
Aztecs Inside the Hidden Kingdom
Tue, Mar 24, 5pm
Tue, Mar 24, 7:30pm
30 pesos (includes drink)
Rosa Guadalupe and Lorelei Capell
Thu, Mar 26, 7pm
Fri, Mar 27, 7:30pm
All events in:
Vicente Guerrero 4
Join us for a documentary and discussion Tuesday, March 24, at 5pm as we present Ancient Voices: Aztecs Inside the Hidden Kingdom. Beneath the sprawl of modern-day Mexico City lie the remains of the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan. From this teeming 15th-century hub, the Aztecs ruled a realm of fabulous architecture, advanced science, and intricate artwork. 50 pesos.
Join us every Tuesday at 7:30pm for the Open Mic. It’s always a great show with a different line up of amateurs and professionals week by week. 30 pesos (includes drink).
Thursday, March 26 at 7pm: As Time Goes By. Rosa Guadalupe will be sharing the stage with Lorelei Capell on piano in a musical program filled with romance and nostalgia to warm lovers’ hearts. You will hear classics such as Love me Tender, What a Wonderful World, Somewhere Over the Rainbow, As Time Goes By, and many more. 150 pesos.
Friday March 27 at 7:30pm Shelter Theater presents Mex-Urban Blues: Richard Webb joins with master guitarist Rolando Gotes to bring you some very funky sounds of the Piedmont Blues mixed with Gotes’ Latin music. From the Appalachians to the southern bayous to Mexico City, don’t miss this hand-clapping, foot-stomping concert. 150 pesos.
Shelter Theater is part of the Shelter VG4 Cultural Center, located at Vicente Guerrero 4, a 10-minute walk from the Jardín. Telephone 154 7524 or visit sheltervg4.com to see upcoming films and events. Taxi concierge service available to/from “Teatro Shelter.”