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Entertainment Guide - March 31, 2018

Ballet de Jalisco

After receiving rave reviews in previous years, the Ballet de Jalisco returns with  seven 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.

May Festival line up ready & raring to go

The 21st May Festival in Guadalajara will showcase a talented Ukrainian pianist who is slowly getting his life back together after suffering a major personal tragedy two years ago.

Entertainment Guide - March 24, 2018

Folk dance

The 2018 season of one of Mexico’s premier dance groups, the University of Guadalajara’s Ballet Folclorico, is concluding.  Founded in 1960, the acclaimed troupe is currently made up of about 168 singers, dancers and musicians.

Entertainment Guide - March 17, 2018

Modern dance

Dancers from the Ljubljana SNG Opera and Ballet present the work “A Symphony of Sorrowful Songs,” a work featuring Polish composer Henryk Mikołai Górecki’s Symphony Number 3.

Entertainment Guide - March 10, 2018

Live from the Met

Live telecast of Rossini’s “Semiramide.” This masterpiece of dazzling vocal fireworks makes a rare Met appearance – its first in nearly 25 years – with Maurizio Benini on the podium.

Briefly - March 10, 2018


The big name on the final corrida (bullfight) of the winter season at Guadalajara’s Plaza del Toros Nuevo Progreso is Pablo Hermosa de Mendoza, Mexico’s most famous rejoneador.