“Kabarett Beyond Borders”

“Kabarett Beyond Borders”


Live Concert
“Frans Bloem: Kabarett Beyond Borders”
Fri-Sat, Mar 13-14 and 20-21, 5pm
250 pesos

Live Presentation
“The Power of the Feminine in San Miguel”
Sun, Mar 15, 3pm
150 pesos

Live Music/Variety
Open Mic
Tue, Mar 17, 5pm
80 pesos (Inc Drink)

Live Concert
Zoe Lewis
Wed-Thu, Mar 18-19, 5pm
200 pesos

Live Concert
“Men’s Tribute to Women’s Songwriters”
Sun, Mar 22, 3pm
200 pesos

All events are in Shelter Theater
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By John Wharton

Frans Bloem award winning cabaret artist from Holland and New York returns to San Miguel de Alende with his show “Kabarett Beyond Borders,” this time with a special guest and accompanied by the Uriel Orozco Band. Singing in 5 languages from Paris to Shanghai, Bloem is famed for his unrivaled interpretation of chansonnier Charles Aznavour, who personally authorized him to sing his classics. Cabaret Scene writes of Bloem, a “riveting show with a passion that binds the audience to him.”

Please join us for an unforgettable evening of authentic European kabarett! Tickets available at the Biblioteca and online at www.sheltervg4.com.

March 18 and 19: Zoe Lewis. One of Shelter’s favorite musicians is back with the most feel-good show ever! Zoe Lewis’ style ranges from vintage jazz, gypsy swing, Latin grooves, international folk, and funk originals on everything from piano to the spoons.

Winner of the Colorado Rocky Mountain Folks Festival “Troubadour Award” in 2003, “New Folk Winner” 2002 at the Kerrville Folk Festival in Texas, and 2001 Falconridge Folk Festival “Audience Favorite” Zoe is in high demand on the international circuit, having toured with Judy Collins, the Indigo Girls, Richie Havens, even opening for Pat Benetar on the ukulele.

A high-energy, full-of-heart show that hearkens back to the vaudeville era, Zoe puts a smile on anyone who hears her play. “Probably the most charismatic performance I’ve ever seen.” says Acessline magazine.

Sunday, March 15 at 3pm: The Power of the Feminine in San Miguel. Join Joseph Toone, Trip Advisor’s top-ranked historical tour guide and author of seven best-selling books as he shares his insights into the feminine side of San Miguel’s culture and history. Joseph’s tours and books are renowned for highlighting our town’s unique traditions and celebrations that are an extraordinary mixture of an ancestral pagan past and the Catholic faith.

Visit www.sheltervg4.com for map, events and online tickets. We are on the “Que Pasa” map in the upper left-hand corner! Tickets available at Biblioteca gift shop and online at www.sheltervg4.com.