Celebrate Mexico Now From October 14 to 22 in NYC

Celebrate Mexico Now From October 14 to 22 in NYC
Got the blues because Summer is coming to its end? Don’t despair!

Celebrate Mexico Now has your back this Fall.

From contemporary opera to literature, from film to Mexican gastronomy, music, theater… the 14th edition of the Festival is a celebration of diversity through our art+culture.

This Día de la Independencia (Viva Mexico!), check out the festival lineup and mark your calendar.

And while you’re at it, invite your friends/family to join you.

You’ll be ☺︎ you did.

 MUSIC 

TEMBEMBE ENSAMBLE CONTINUO
Baroque Son Concert
Delight in a fascinating hybrid of European Baroque, Indigenous Mexican, & Latin American sounds. Includes family program. Bring the kids!

Saturday, October 14
The Metropolitan Museum

 MEXICAN GASTRONOMY 

CHEF IVÁN GARCÍA / MEZCALES DE LEYENDA / SWEET ELECTRA
Brunch, Mezcal & Live Performance
Upgrade your brunch! Eat & drink the marvels of Mexico while enjoying cantina songs, + more.

Sunday, October 15 

 LITERATURE 

JUAN RULFO: A CELEBRATION TO HONOR THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF HIS BIRTH
Book Presentation & Documentary Screening
Remember the Mexican novelist, short-story master, & photographer on this momentous occassion.

Monday, October 16
King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center 

 PANEL 

MEXICAN CONTEMPORARY COMPOSERS: CHALLENGES IN THE XXI CENTURY
Talk About Gender/Diversity in Creation & Presentation
Engage with Marcela Rodriguez & Paola Prestini as they share the difficulties they face.

Tue, October 17
National Sawdust

 FILM 

14TH MORELIA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
Short Film Winners 
Indulge your inner film buff with five short films ranging from animation to documentary.

Wed, October 18
School of Visual Arts / 502 Studio

 MUSIC 

AMPERSAN
Tunes With World Appeal & Mexican Identity
Be acoustically transported from folkloric to experimental forms & sound explorations.

Thu, October 19
David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center

 OPERA 

LAS CARTAS DE FRIDA, OPERA DE TOILETTE
Chamber Opera Reimagined
Peek into the intimacy of Frida Kahlo’s letters & personal diaries, the common thread of this contemporary opera told from her bathroom.

Thu, October 19 / Fri, October 20
National Sawdust

 THEATER 

PEDRO INFANTE, CIEN AÑOS PIENSO EN TI
One-Act Play | Nostalgia & Family Issues Collide
Be touched by this new twist on the life of Mexican immigrants living al
otro lado.

Sat, October 21
ID Studio Theater

 MULTIMEDIA 

PAISAJES SONOROS
Live Performance | Violin, Electronics & Video
Immerse yourself in a musical landscape by Carlo Nicolau, Vicente Rojo Cama, & Vanessa García Lembo.

Sun, October 22
Queens Museum

David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center

Guadalupe Inn

ID Studio Theater/ArtsLatinoNY

King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center

National Sawdust

Queens Museum

School of Visual Arts

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

FULL LISTING OF INDIVIDUAL DONORS, here.
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