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Archive for: June, 2015

Presentación multidisciplinaria de La Retama

Por Sandra Ríos La Retama es un proyecto cultural que nació en el 2010 en Celaya Guanajuato, comenzando en un principio como casa editorial. Ahora en San Miguel de Allende, La Retama, impulsa las artes plásticas con una exhibición de pintura inaugurando en conjunto con el pintor Samuel Pérez Lugo en la Galería Buena Vida [...]

Gallery Open House

By Susan Page Galería Atotonilco owner, Mayer Shacter, and I (his wife) just returned from our annual buying trip for the gallery with our giant van filled to overflowing with gorgeous new items. The month-long trip took us to Xalapa, San Cristóbal, and other villages in Chiapas; Panajachel and Antigua in Guatemala; and several parts [...]

The Fifty Faces Project

By Ezshwan Winding This project started in March of 2015. I had recently finished my last series of paintings of women artists, called “the Messenger” and, as always in between series, there was a lull in my creativity while I waited for the next inspiration. Art The Fifty Faces Project By Ezshwan Winding Sun, Jun [...]

Danzón, Why it It Matters

By Leonardo Rosen Even after nearly seven years of our public events in the Jardín Principal and over eight years of classes, many foreigners in San Miguel de Allende have little or no idea of what the danzón is. Even for many native sanmiguelenses, the danzón is simply a dance from the old days that [...]

Citizen Four

By Jim Carey Citizen Four was the handle that Edward Snowden used in his first emails to contact Laura Poitras, the director of this 2014 Oscar Oscar-winning documentary. Snowden’s story begins as an encrypted correspondence which went on for several months and finally unfolds over a period of eight days in Hong Kong’s Mira Hotel. [...]

One-on-One with Alicia Rappoport

By Judy Newell Alicia Rappoport is a celebrated world-class singer who has lived in San Miguel de Allende since 1992. She travels worldwide performing and just finished recording her fourth CD. Concert Alicia Rappaport Thu, Jul 9, and Sat, Jul 11, 8pm, “Tribute to Piazzolla” Fri, Jul 10, and Sun, Jul 12, 8pm, “Forbidden Tango [...]

San Miguel Institute of Bel Canto Presents Free Opera Concert

By Alexis White A free public concert will kick off the final series of performances by an international group of rising young opera stars participating in the San Miguel Institute of Bel Canto. The Mexican and American singers, who were accepted into the Institute through auditions and other professional qualifications, will present a program of [...]

George Gershwin and Jazz Standards

By Robbie Martin Maestro Antonio Cabrero comes back to San Miguel with a program that combines the best of George Gershwin with the best of jazz standards. The music by Gershwin will include selections from Porgy and Bess and the immortal “Rhapsody in Blue.” Concert Piano Solo Concert Mtro. Antonio Cabrero Sat, Jun 27, 6pm [...]

María Jimena Entices San Miguel

By David Johanssen María Jimena has delighted audiences across Mexico with her soulful cabaret performances of classics like “La Vie en Rose,” as well as traditional and contemporary songs from Mexico, Spain, and the Caribbean. She is truly a “musical shaman” who opens portals between herself and her audiences. María says that “connecting with my [...]

San Miguel Jazz and Blues Festival: The Great American Songbook

By Antonio Lozoya The 21st International Festival of Jazz and Blues of San Miguel de Allende will present an extraordinary concert to celebrate the Great American Songbook Next Monday, June 29, in the Ángela Peralta Theater at 7pm. The concert covers popular music from Broadway and Hollywood musicals prevalent during the 1920s to 1960s. Composers [...]

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