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Alfred Muro Gives Benefit Concert for Refugee Relief

ALFREDO MURO

By Honey Sharp The Refugee Relief Project will be holding “A Night of Latin Guitar,” featuring the highly acclaimed guitarist Alfredo Muro. Funds raised will assist Albergue ABBA, a safe house in Celaya that provides migrants and refugees with three nights of free accommodations, showers, meals, medical care, and legal advice on how to apply [...]

Experience the Joys of Andalusia at Three Shows at Bellas Artes

ANDALUCIA

By Carlos Fabián All the joy of Andalusia can be experienced at the Miguel Malo Auditorium at Bellas Artes at three different upcoming shows: “Voices of the Guadalquivir,” “Murmullos del Alba,” and “Mosaico Flamenco.” The shows will be led by Patricia Linares, a flamenco teacher, dancer, and choreographer with 16 years of experience and a [...]

XXIV edición del Festival Internacional de Jazz & Blues de San Miguel de Allende

HOT CLUB FESTIVAL

Por María Dolores Vidargas Rojas Nos complace presentar la XXIV edición del Festival Internacional de Jazz & Blues de San Miguel de Allende. Uno de los más destacados y de mayor trayectoria en su género en México y uno de los más importantes en América Latina. Para la inauguración el Miércoles 14, tenemos a la [...]

The Bell Art Quartet at Bellas Artes!

YOUTH CHAMBER

By Tim Hazell Many of you have attended and enjoyed our Pro Musica Youth Chamber Orchestra’s energetic performances of classical music Sundays on the beautiful Bellas Artes patio. Worthy of note is that the chamber orchestra has served as the vehicle to bring like-minded musicians together who have formed their own duos, trios, quartets, and [...]

Met Opera Audition Competition Coming to San Miguel

MUSIC PRO

By Alexis White Mexican opera singers will for the first time ever be allowed to participate in The Metropolitan Opera’s National Council Auditions (MONCA) from their home country, thanks to advocacy by Pro Musica. Judges for the newly-created MONCA México District were recently announced. They are Melissa Wegner, MONCA’s executive director; Ana De Archuleta, an [...]

Joni Mitchell Tribute At This Year’s International Jazz & Blues Festival

MUSIC JAZZ

By Antonio Lozoya A preview concert for this year’s twenty-fourth edition of the International Jazz & Blues Festival will feature a tribute to the music of Joni Mitchell. The festival itself takes place November 14–18. Roberta Joan Mitchell, CC (née Anderson), professionally known as Joni Mitchell, is a Canadian singer-songwriter. Drawing from folk, pop, rock, [...]

Music of Joni Mitchell Highlights Jazz & Blues Festival

By Antonio Lozoya As part of the twenty-fourth International Jazz and Blues Festival, there will be a concert presenting the music of singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell this Sunday, October 21. Canadian Roberta Joan Mitchell, professionally known as Joni Mitchell draws from folk, pop, rock, and jazz, to write songs that often reflect social and environmental ideas [...]

Yaya Fuentes en concierto

Por Pascal Monzies Pascal Monzies: ¿Que tal Yaya? ¡Es un placer hacerte esta entrevista! Cuéntanos un poco sobre ti. ¿De dónde eres? ¿Cómo empezaste en la música? ¿Qué tipo de música te inspira? Yaya Fuentes: Querido Pascal, es un placer saludarte y contarte un poco de mi Trabajo que con tanto amor comparto en este [...]

Internationally Acclaimed Violinist Charles Wetherbee to Play San Miguel for Pro Musica

By Mittie Roger Violinist Charles Wetherbee, called “a consummate artist with flawless technique” by the Washington Post, will grace the stage in San Miguel de Allende for one unforgettable concert, accompanied by outstanding pianist David Korrevar. Delight in the sumptuous sounds of Wetherbee’s renditions of Respighi, Schubert, Chausson, Sarasate, Albéniz, Paganini, and more on Sunday, [...]

Parroquia To Host Mozart’s Requiem for Day of the Dead

By Michelle Aguilar The history of Mozart’s Requiem is steeped in death and remembrance of the dead: the man who commissioned it used it in a memorial mass for his late wife. Requiem was also Mozart’s last work, which he was still finishing when he died. So it is perhaps appropriate that the Requiem will [...]

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