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Entertainment Guide - April 13, 2019

Jalisco Philharmonic Orchestra

The final concert in the OFJ’s first season of 2019 welcomes guest conductor Iván del Prado (Cuba). Works by Massenet. Deletes, Thomas, Rossini and Sibelius. The invited artist is soprano Anabel de la Mora.

Ballet de Jalisco back in business

After receiving rave reviews in previous years, the Ballet de Jalisco returns with three presentations of the ballet “The Hunchback of Notre-Dame,” featuring the music of Rachmaninoff, Tchaikowsky, Wolf-Ferrari, Saint-Säenz, Moniuszko, and Khachaturian. Choreography is by troupe director Dariusz Blajer.

Entertainment Guide - April 05, 2019

Jalisco Philharmonic Orchesta

Guest conductor Christopher Zimmerman (United States) leads the OFJ in works by Smetana, Rachmaninov and Prokofiev. The guest pianist is Sofya Gulyak (Russia).

Serving on a film festival jury: one woman’s odyssey

Kathleen Mullen, a jury member for this year’s Premio Maguey, the award for LGTBQI movies in the recent Guadalajara International Film Festival (FICG), had secretly been hoping to receive an invitation for some time.

Entertainment Guide - March 30, 2019

Monday recitals

Talented musicians of different genres showcased each Monday. April 1: Classical guitarist Enrique Florez (above) and flutist Cuauhtemoc Garcia Verdugo give a recital. April 8: La Orquesta de Cámara Independiente de Guadalajara, directed by Guillermo Salvador, interprets works by Damy, Moncayo and Piazzolla (The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires). April 29: Michaël Bialobroda  (cello) and Saúl Ulises Ibarra Ramos (piano).

1st Canadian film series opens at Cinepolis Galerias

Seven Canadian films will comprise the first annual Canadian Film Series in Mexico. Guadalajara is one of 14 cities participating in this event, which showcases films screened in the Toronto International Film Festival.

Entertainment Guide - March 23, 2019

Jalisco Philharmonic Orchestra

Guido Maria Guida conducts the fourth program in the 2019 winter/spring season. Featuring works by Ibarra, Ponce and Schumann. Soloist: Pablo Garibay (guitar).