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For Classical Music Lovers

MUSIC PRO MUSICA Fer y compañeros

By Michael Pearl I am delighted to announce that the Pro Musica Chamber Youth Orchestra will give its first public concert at St. Paul’s Church, Calle Cardo 6, on Sunday, July 23, at 5pm. Under the baton of Music Director Tim Hazell, the program will consist of works from the romantic classical repertoire, including Mozart’s [...]

Secrets Shared, the Magic of Chamber Music 101


By Paula Peace The Festival Internacional de Música San Miguel de Allende has shared with us the impressive lineup of world-class musicians and the exciting programming for this year’s Festival, which opens August 4, and ticket sales have begun … but so what? The majority of the classical music being performed is something they’re calling [...]

Book Review: The Fix

By Marcela Andre Excruciating narrative inside a family harboring a long-addicted father, the overdose crisis of heroin seen now daily lived for a decade in an eldest child´s narrative, a girl maturing from childhood grasping the garrulous flaws of her beloved father; a working family theatrically denying a problem to appear as normal Jewish community [...]

Occupy SMA


By David Stea Among the disturbing comments made by US President Donald Trump about nuclear weapons, perhaps the most chilling was, “If we have them, why can’t we use them?” Mr Trump’s meager knowledge of such weapons, of their potential, and given his vocal interest in the military, ignorance of the “nuclear triad” (referring to [...]

The Philosophical Perspective of an Embodied Mind

By Frank Simons This lecture offers a philosophical examination of a range of psychological phenomena involving our perception of our own bodies. An image of our own body is laid out across the sensorimotor cortex, but the importance and plasticity of that body image is only now becoming clear. Video Presentation Philosophy of Mind: Part [...]

Against the Commercial

ART LITERAL El camino es estrecho y accidentado

By Javier Ortega The Literal Contemporary Art Gallery is open at Quebrada 18, Centro, San Miguel de Allende. “Literal, because it’s obvious, because there is no mask or pretension, because we are looking for a direct relationship between literature and art, and our only intention is to reveal our work and the contemporary creators who [...]

Philosophy of Mind: Part 7, What Is It about Robots?


By Frank Simons What is so fascinating about robots? Real robots have an extensive history, from the golden age of automata in the 1600s and 1700s to their impressive use in various fields today. This lecture will explore our enduring fascination with robots by tracing their history in both art and reality. It will focus, [...]

Occupy SMA

By Jim Carey Meeting and Film Occupy SMA presents A Paradigm Shift Mon, Jul 17, 1pm Quinta Loreto Hotel, TV Room Loreto 15, Centro Free On Monday, July 17, Occupy SMA will continue our discussion on a Universal Basic Income—A Paradigm Shift. We’ve heard the historian Rutger Bregman lay out his provocative case for a guaranteed [...]

Pro Musica Youth Chamber Orchestra at St. Paul’s Church


By Tim Hazell The Pro Musica Youth Chamber Orchestra is preparing for a 5pm concert premiere at St. Paul’s church, Calle Cardo 6, on Sunday, July 23. It will concentrate on works for small orchestra and sections, such as the Mozart Symphony No. 25 and Reverie for winds and brass by Claude Debussy, that give [...]

A Feminine God? Callbacks Reveals All


Theater San Miguel Playhouse presents Callbacks Fri–Sun, Jul 21–23 Independencia 82, Colonia Independencia Tickets can be obtained at Galeria Ensueños     By Henry Vermillion In feminist circles and on social media you can hear the argument that God is actually a woman. The definitive answer can be found in the comedy Callbacks, which runs [...]

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