Even during social isolation one is still able to take part in entertainment and cultural events. Thanks to technology, you can virtually attend a concert, reading, or even a magic show with your little ones.
The state’s resident artists, as well as cultural and artistic promoters and organizers, have been working hard to provide alternatives and bring art and entertainment to your home. The only thing you need to do is get online and fit one of these choices into your busy schedule.
Music to your ears
Are you sick of your playlist? Enjoy a cultural moment from home with the Orquesta Sinfónica de Yucatán’s professors and musicians. Throughout the week, they share everything from tutorials to demonstrations and performances on the violin, cello, harp, oboe, and other instruments. Special concerts every Friday.
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Activities for Everyone
The Secretaría de la Cultura y las Artes has set up a cultural offering for the entire family to enjoy. Each week they host different activities that range from book presentations and clubs, readings and story times, online concerts, activities for kids, and more. Check out this week’s activities and join the fun.
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La Sala Art Gallery
Have you been to La Sala? If you’re not familiar with this local gallery, now’s the chance to enjoy their pieces from home. Take a guided tour of the exhibit “Vestigios de Nuestros Tiempos” (Vestiges of our Time) by the artist Alfredo Romero. Follow them on social media to know more.
Local Talent and Creativity
Go online to enjoy concerts, magic tricks, decorative figures, and so much more through the capsules and live streams that local artists are recording just for you. New projects to suit all tastes are presented each week.
Music, Trova, and Trío Time
Paseo 60 shares live performances by local bands, tríos, and solo artists each night of the week. Check out who’s playing this week on their social media sites.
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Editorial by Violeta H. Cantarell
Photography by various sources for their use in Yucatán Today
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