Il Divo is a crossover pop opera quartet with French, Swiss, and American tenors, and a special guest Mexican baritone. 🇫🇷🇲🇽 Il Divo Il Divo is Swiss tenor Urs Buhler, French tenor Sebastien Izambard, American tenor David Miller with special guest, Mexican baritone Steven Labrie. Carlos Marín, the original Spanish baritone died of Covid in 2021. They were discovered in … [Read more...] about Il Divo Brings French & Spanish Pop Opera to the Beacon Theatre
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The New York African Film Festival 2023 celebrates its 30th Anniversary of "free forms" at Film at Lincoln Center and Maysles Center. The festival wraps up as Film Africa at Brooklyn Academy of Music: BAM. We are at the beginning of a global renaissance of African and African Diaspora culture. This time it includes the voices and creative power of women, the very guardians … [Read more...] about The New York African Film Festival 2023 Free Forms into Film Africa
The 2021 New York Jewish Film Festival, co-produced by the Jewish Museum and Film at Lincoln Center presents scenes of Jewish life around the world, virtually this year at filmlinc.org from January 13-26, 2021. $12. All-Access $125 filmlinc.org 2021 New York Jewish Film Festival This is New York City's first film festival of the year. Jewish people live everywhere in … [Read more...] about The 2021 New York Jewish Film Festival Explores Jewish Life Around the World Virtually
The New York Film Festival at Film at Lincoln Center is one of the big U.S. film festivals. It's also the second oldest film festival in the United States. The Festival screens movies that won at Cannes and the Berlinale for New York City audiences. Most of these movies should have a theatrical or streaming release in the coming year. 57th New York Film Festival Film at … [Read more...] about New York Film Festival 2019
April brings Mets baseball, the AIPAD Photography Show, ArtExpo, Havana Film Festival NY, International Romani Day, Dance Theatre of Harlem, Youth America Gran Prix, Calpulli Mexican Dance, Holy Week and Easter, Passover, the Easter Parade, Tribeca Film Festival and the Latin Dance Fiesta. March 2019 Calendar Week 14 April 1-7 Week 15 April 8-14 Week 16 April … [Read more...] about Things to do in NYC in April 2019
Latin classical, comedy, film, flamenco, music, opera, pop, regional mexican, rock, salsa, theatre … [Read more...] about Beacon Theatre
November 2019 begins with Day of the Dead and elections, then Veterans Day and art auctions, and finally ends with holiday preparations and Thanksgiving. November is National Native American Heritage Month and Puerto Rican Heritage Month! The International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival and National Puerto Rican Artisan Fair & Book Expo are in … [Read more...] about Things to do in NYC in November 2019
Julia De Burgos, (1914-1953), was a renowned Puerto Rican poet and human rights activist. Her writings show a strength and independence that preceded the women’s rights movement in the United States by twenty years. En todo me lo juego a ser lo que soy yo”(I gamble it all to be exactly as I am) “Songfest: A Cycle of American Poems for Six Singers and Orchestra” (1977) by … [Read more...] about Remember Julia de Burgos, Puerto Rican Poet, ¡Río Grande de Loíza!
The Annunciation is the biblical story of the Archangel Gabriel's announcement to the Virgin Mary that she would give birth to the son of God and should name him Jesus. The Feast of the Annunciation The Annunciation is celebrated in the Catholic church on March 25. That is nine months before Christmas, the ceremonial birth of Jesus. The date also approximates the … [Read more...] about Celebrate the Feast of the Annunciation!
Singer-songwriter Juan Gabriel was one of Latin America's best-selling singer-songwriters. He made 32 records, sold over 30 million albums, and wrote over 1,800 songs. Gabriel produced other artists and many artists covered his songs. He was a tremendously influential Latin artist across the Americas. Hearing Gabriel's 'Hasta Que Te Conocí" inspired … [Read more...] about Remember Juan Gabriel, the Mexican Elvis!
The Costume Institute's spring 2019 exhibition Camp: Notes on Fashion is at the Metropolitan Museum of Art daily from May 9 through September 8, 2019. Costume Institute exhibitions are one of the Met's big draws so plan your visit accordingly. Camp: Notes on Fashion Let's define camp as theatrical, audacious, overly effeminate expression. Your first thought when … [Read more...] about Camp: Notes on Fashion
The Merry Widow (Die lustige Witwe) is Franz Lehár's romantic comedy operetta (opera with spoken dialogue). It premiered at the Theater an der Wien in Vienna, Austria in 1905. Franz Lehár (1870 - 1948) was an Austro-Hungarian composer known for his operettas. The Merry Widow is his most popular. The librettists were Leo Stein and Viktor Léon. The Merry Widow … [Read more...] about Merry Widow