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Travel News

By Judy Newell Mexico News Bahia Principe to Renovate Resorts in Mexico, Caribbean Grupo Piñero, Bahia Principe Hotels & Resort’s parent company, has announced a US$60 million investment to renovate its Living Resorts division, which includes hotels, residential units, and golf courses that operate under the Bahia Principe brand. The move will see a number of upgrades to Bahia...

Wolfie Latona’s New Life
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Wolfie Latona’s New Life

By Kay Latona Apache, our two-year-old previously adopted Doberman, needed a dog friend. He had a big yard to play in, and the gardeners for outdoor human friends, but they had work to do. And they couldn’t run fast enough. Naturally we went to the SPA. Apache is 28 inches tall, so we were looking...

The Allure of Infinity
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The Allure of Infinity

By Tim Hazell Illusion has formed the basis for scientific and artistic investigation since the Renaissance. Artists such as M.C. Escher have long made use of visual tricks, challenging us with new interpretations of the world around us. Leonardo da Vinci’s experiments with distortion transcended conventional assumptions of geometry. The groundwork was laid for the...

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Leonard Bernstein Centenary Concert with his Daughter Jamie Bernstein Narrating

  MusicPro Musica Concert Series“The Life and Music of Leonard Bernstein”Fri and Sun, Mar 13 and 15, 5pmSt Paul’s ChurchCardo 6200, 400, and 500 pesoswww.promusicasma.orgpromusicasma@aol.com By Michael Pearl Leonard Bernstein is one of the towering figures of 20th century music whose genius as a composer and conductor appeals to people of all ages and across all...

Sébastien Giniaux, One of the Best Gypsy Jazz Guitarists in the World!
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Sébastien Giniaux, One of the Best Gypsy Jazz Guitarists in the World!

  MusicXXVI International Jazz & Blues FestivalGypsy JazzFrom France, Sébastien Giniaux and Joris ViquesnelFri, Mar 20, 7pmTeatro Ángela PeraltaMesones 82, Centro400, 300, and 200 pesosTickets:Angela Peralta Theater box officePayPal: www.sanmigueljazz.com.mx By Antonio Lozoya Closing the winter concerts of the XXVI International Jazz and Blues Festival will be Sébastien Giniaux and Joris Visquesnel, directly from France,...

Frans Bloem “Beyond Borders” Performing in San Miguel
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Frans Bloem “Beyond Borders” Performing in San Miguel

  Concert“Beyond Borders” by Frans BloemMar 13, 14, 20, 21The Shelter TheaterVicente Guerrero 4, Col San RafaelTickets sold at the Biblioteca and at the door415 154 7524250 pesos By Emily Pickrell Wander into the chapel of the Iglesia de la Concepcion on a given Sunday morning, and you just might find the Dutch cabaret singer...

Music from the Spheres of the Univserse
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Music from the Spheres of the Univserse

  Concert“Music from the Spheres of the Univserse”By Samir BelkacemiSat, March 21, 5:30pmSala Quetzal,La Biblioteca, Reloj 50A200 pesos By Irineo Muñoz Samir Belkacemi, international guitarist and composer, offers a program with original compositions characterized by strong and innovative tones and rhythms. Belkacemi creates a balance between consonant and dissonant sounds seeking a unique language. Belkacemi’s...

Bell Art, An Innovative String Quartet
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Bell Art, An Innovative String Quartet

ConcertAn Innovative String QuartetBy Bell ArtSun, Mar 15, 12:30pmMiguel Malo Auditorium, Bellas ArtesHernández Macías 75, Centro By Tim Hazell Bell Art has been an innovative string quartet since its inception in 2012. One of its objectives has been to strive for the integration of musicians and audience through activities linked to music and other arts-related...

Pro Musica Welcomes Back “Larger than life” Cellist, Amit Peled
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Pro Musica Welcomes Back “Larger than life” Cellist, Amit Peled

  MusicPro Musica Concert SeriesAmit Peled, cello, Alon Goldstein, pianoWed and Thu, Mar 18 and 19, 5pmSt. Paul’s ChurchCardo 6200, 400, and 500 pesoswww.promusicasma.orgpromusicasma@aol.com By Linda Laino After his stunning performances for us two years ago, we are thrilled to welcome back Israeli-American cellist Amit Peled to San Miguel de Allende. Commemorating the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s...

Three Inspired Poets to Read at March Poetry Cafe
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Three Inspired Poets to Read at March Poetry Cafe

  LiteraturePoetry Café Bellas Artes presents:Anne Damrosch, Joan Hall, and Catherine MarenghiThu, Mar 19, 5–6pmSala Literaria, Bellas ArtesHernández Macías 75, Centro50 pesos suggested donation By Maia Williams Three inspired poets with roots in San Miguel de Allende will read at the Poetry Café Bellas Artes on March 19, 5pm. After growing up in New York...