Calendar of Performing Arts

SAN LUCAS

NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM

Open Monday to Sunday. From 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Voluntary donations are welcome.

 

CULTURAL PAVILION

  Jun 13. Saturday. 7:00 pm. Dance Gala. International guest artist from dance companies around the world representing Mariinsky Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, New York City Ballet, San Francisco Ballet, Joffrey Ballet, Ballet West and Sammy Hagar as special guest. Hmmm.......Sammy en pointe? Naw. General admission $50 USD. VIP admission $100 USD. A percentage of the entrence fees will be donated to support young local talent in foreign dance schools. Info and tickets with Laura Alfaro Cel.: 624 191 3506. Spanish and English.

Jun 14. Sunday. 2:00 pm. Dance Gala. International guest artist from dance companies around the world representing Mariinsky Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, New York City Ballet, San Francisco Ballet, Joffrey Ballet, Ballet West as well as International Latin Ballroom Champions. Special participation of selected winners of Youth America Grand Prix. Matinee for all audience. General admission $15 USD. VIP $30 USD. A percent of the entrees will be donated to support young local talent in foreign dance schools. Spanish and English. Info and tickets with Laura Alfaro Cel.: 624 191 3506.   

 

MARINA FRONT

Every Saturday. From 12:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Cultural circuit. Art exhibition by local artists, workshops, paint, sculpture, photography, food tasting, theater, live music and dance. Spanish. Free. Various parts of the malecon. Except not Saturday April 4 because it’s Good Satruday or something like that.

CASA CARACOL UNA RANA

Every Saturday. 7:00pm to 11:30pm. Cultural tianguis (market). Live music, poetry, painting, books, arts & crafts, sculpture, movies, vegetarian food. Hidalgo and Revolucion Sts, downtown Cabo. Cel. 624 117 1663. Free.

 

AMELIA WILKES PLAZA

Every Thursday.  7:30 pm. Movie club. Each week a different film under the stars on the main plaza. More info and program: www.facebook.com/pages/Cine-Club-Pabellon-cultural Spanish and other languages. Free.  

Vagabond movie club. LGTB circle in May and June. 

May 21. Thursday. 8:00 pm. Shelter. (2007). A drama-romance. Written and directed  by Jonah Markowitz. When his college dreams are sidelined by family obligations, a young man finds comfort in surfing.  Amelia Wilkes Plaza in downtown Cabo, at the band stand. Weather could be windy. English with Spanish subtitles. Free.

May 28. Thursday. 8:00 pm. Laurence Anyways. (2012). Written and directed by Xavier Dolan.  A drama that charts ten years in the relationship of a male-to-female transexual’s relationship with her lover. English with Spanish subtitles. Free.

June 4. Thursday. 8:00 pm. Show Me The Love (Fuking Amâl) A 1998 comedy, drama, romance. Swedish film directed by Lukas Moodysson author of American Pie The movie.  Lves of two seemingly disparate teenage girls who begin a tentative romantic relationship.  English with Spanish subtitles. Free.

 

 

LA PAZ

ALIANZA FRANCESA

Every Tuesday. 6:00 pm. French films movie club. Different French film each week. Alianza Francesa cultural center at 525 Gomez Farias St. between Republica St and  Guerrero St. Esterito town, La Paz. For info and program: www.facebook.com/alianzafrancesalapaz.  Spanish, French, English and other languages. Free.

Every Friday. 6:00 pm. International films movie club. Various films. Alianza Francesa cultural center at 525 Gomez Farias St. between Republica St and  Guerrero St., La Paz. For info and program: www.facebook.com/alianzafrancesalapaz. Spanish, French, English and other languages. Free.

 

CITY THEATER downtown La Paz.

May 24. Sunday. 6:00 pm. Dance Uniting Borders (La danza uniendo frontera). Dance performance by the Ballet Folklórico California del Sur. 612 122 3113.

May 26. Tuesday. 8:00 pm. Agustín Lara: Nostalgia Jarocha. Natalia Lafourcade in concert. Mexican romantic songs. Lafourcade is an award-winning Mexican pop-rock singer and songwriter. Tickets 100 pesos, buy at box office outside City Theater 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Cel. 612 122 31 13. 

 

CENTRO MUNICIPAL DE LAS ARTES City Art Center, Hierro Street in El Dorado barrio

May 28. Thursday. 7:00 pm. Southern Baja identity and Modernity. Photography exhibit by Elizabeth Moreno and Alejandro Rivas. Spanish. Free. Pictures are in Spanish? We gotta see that.

May 29. Friday. 7:00 pm. Duna Conde in concert. Unplugged. Free.

 

ESCUELA DE MÚSICA DEL ESTADO State school of music on Morelos Street, downtown La Paz.

May 29. Friday. 4:30 p.m. Recital for voice and piano under the direction of Iván Hallal Zapeda at the Main Hall of the Escuela de Musica del Estado. Spanish. Free.

 

 

SAN JOSE

May 18. Monday. 7:00 pm. Luna Itzel.  Mexico Singing (El canto de México). Concert of Mexican music by songwriter  Luna Itzel to benefit Sarahuaro foundation’s battered women’s programs. Admission 550 Mexican pesos or about $36. Info: info@sarahuaro.org. Tickets Cel.: 624 188 9383.  

November 11-15. 4th Los Cabos International Film Festival.

June 3. Wednesday. 5:00 pm and 7:30 pm. Aggiungi un posto a tavola (The deluge that’s coming) is a musical comedy written by Pietro Garinei, Sandro Giovannini and Iaia Fiastri, which debuted in 1974 under the direction of Garinei and Giovannini. Music was written by Armando Trovaioli. By Students of Peninsula college to benefit the San Miguel community center for the Elder. Donations welcome. In Spanish.

June 5. Friday. 4:00 pm. Jazz Dance Festival. Goodbye to school by the students of the Jazz Studio. Info: Eugenia Cota, Cell 624-182-0773 Free admittance.

 

SAN JOSE DOWNTOWN

May 29. Friday. 6:00 pm. Lion Kign-The Musical. A Musical-Broadway play acted, singed and danced by the students of Mission Colege as part of they’re cultural activities. Spanish and English. Free.     

May 30. Saturday. 7:00 pm. Opera recital by Maestro Nahum Aquino with Paola Torner, Mezzosoprano and Daniel Silva, Tenor. To benefit of The Captain Children foundation. Info and tickets with Luz E. Rojas Phone: 173 3807.

June 7. From 5:00 pm to 12:00 am. Sunday. World Music Fest. Music in the streets and the Main Plaza in San Jose. This diverse festival combines all styles, audiences and countries, artists and music-lovers of all ages gather all over the world, live music with several local bands, in commemoration of the World’s Music Day. Our local event also features cultural exhibition and sale of arts & crafts. San Jose’s downtown streets will be closed to vehicle traffic. Starts at 5pm and go on until 2 am. All artists are invited to sign up by emailing: fiestadelamusicaloscabos@gmail.com . For more information: http://www.fiestadelamusicaloscabos.net/. Spanish and English. Free.

CASA DE CULTURA  Closed for hurricane repairs.

 

CIRCOTEKA

Every Thursday. 7:00 pm. Libroteca at the Circoteka. Reading club for kids. Actors disguised read and act a short story for the kids. Libroteca is part of a Reading lounges organized by The Ysabela’s little sister. More info about reading lounges Email: todossomoselotro@gmail.com. Circoteka is located at Angela Ceseña St. between Furlane Street and Barlovento St., San Jose. Spanish. Free.

 

To list your event at no cost, email details to david@gringogazette.com. All events subject to change without warning, and we’re not kidding around about this. It happens frequently, so go, with great expectations of a wonderful evening, but have a backup plan. ,