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Grammy-Winning Cellist Zuill Bailey to Perform at St Paul’s Church


By Mittie Roger Called “one of the finest cellists alive today” by the online classical music website Classical Net, Zuill Bailey comes to St Paul’s Church this weekend, thanks to Pro Musica. Bailey has been described as “gifted with a beautiful tone, fabulous technique and sensitive interpretation” by the Audiophile Audition music website, and for [...]

Musician Dwight Blake’s “Memories of Motown” Show Arrives in San Miguel for Three Dates

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By Fredric Dannen The Motown Sound, a blend of African-American soul music and mainstream pop, helped break down racial barriers in a recording industry that had kept its chart listings segregated throughout most of its history. Between 1961 and 1971, Motown had well over a hundred Top Ten hits from artists such as Stevie Wonder, [...]

Samir Belkacemi Flamenco Jazz Fusion

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By Robert Troya The guitarist and composer Samir Belkacemi, offers us a program with original compositions characterized by strong and innovative tonalities, surprising and unusual harmonic and polyrhythmic modulations, Belkacemi creates a balance between consonant and dissonant sounds, seeking a unique language. Inspired by the incidental music, it seems that throughout the concert, the entire [...]

Gypsy Music Artist Bartok Lataretu Returns to the Biblioteca

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By John Miller Once again, the Santa Ana Theater is pleased to present the great gypsy artist Bartok Lataretu, whose unmistakable interpretation of gypsy art has captivated the most demanding of audiences in Latin America and Europe and has positioned him as one of the most important Rom musicians today. Safeguarding gyspy tradition in the [...]

Pro Musica Youth Chamber Orchestra Returns with Inaugural Concert


By Tim Hazell Pro Musica’s Youth Chamber Orchestra is back as the official “Orchestra in Residence” at Bellas Artes, with a “Music Under the Arches” concert series, an ongoing series of free Sunday concerts throughout 2019. In addition, the 33-member orchestra has signed a new accord with the historic Centro Cultural El Nigromante’s new director, [...]

Norwegian Violin Sensation Returns to San Miguel for Concert on 1725 Stradivarius


By Mittie Roger San Miguel welcomes the return of Norwegian-born violin sensation David Coucheron, known for being the youngest concertmaster in any US orchestra and for performing on his Stradivarius violin, made by the master luthier in 1725. Get ready to hear the “creamy, highly expressive … sound from his Stradivarius,” (Fort Worth Star-Telegram) of [...]

Performer Lady Zen’s Upcoming “Cocktails and Concert” Party is a Luxurious Fundraiser for Mujeres en Cambio Scholarships

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By Misty Gibson Haskett Mujeres en Cambio presents Lady Zen in concert in a cocktail party event with an open bar, hors d’oeuvres, and stunning views. The event will take place in a luxurious home at Revueltas 12, high in the Balcones neighborhood. The party will take place on Friday, April 5. Lady Zen herself [...]

Popular Group Media Luna Band Comes to Bellas Artes

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By Christie Seeley The exciting group Media Luna, an all-time favorite of San Miguel de Allende who are currently on an extended engagement in Puerto Vallarta, will be visiting their longtime favorite city of San Miguel on March 15 for a special concert at Bellas Artes. The band’s gypsy rumba, flamenco, and huapango music has [...]

Violin Phenomenon David Mendoza and Friends Take the Stage at the Peralta Theater

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By Fredric Dannen It is not commonplace for a violin soloist to draw crowds in a restaurant that usually books rock and blues bands and singers, but there is nothing commonplace about David Mendoza. Here’s an example: a friend of mine went to the downtown Paprika restaurant the other night and ordered a margarita, but [...]

Alfredo Muro and Virginia Yep Fuse Genres in Casa Europa México Guitar Concert


By Zayra Aguilar An evening of Peruvian and Ibero-American music with a sensual Latin and jazz flavor is perhaps the best way to describe the upcoming performance by Peruvian classical guitarists Virginia Yep and Alfredo Muro at Casa Europa México on March 21. The two met some years ago at an international guitar festival in [...]

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