Arts and culture at a glance the week ahead in Costa Rica

first_img Facebook Comments In Playa Ocotal, Guanacaste, the Hotel Villa Casa Blanca will host art-lovers foran exhibition by Spanish artist Sara Florez-Rodriguez; view her depictions of flora and fauna, “Ciclos Naturales,” and sample tapas and drinks (Saturday, April 2).Back in San José, the National Theater kicks off a new series, “Aperitivo musical,” in which guests will enjoy a welcome cocktail, finger food, and a chance to tap their feet or dance up a storm just a few feet from the musicians during concerts in the theater’s lobby. This week, catch saxophone-percussion group Sonsax (Saturday, April 2).The Cine Magaly’s French Film Festival fills the screen with works that examine African emigration to Europe (“HOPE,” Friday, April 1), Haiti’s revolutionary hero (“Toussaint Louverture,” Saturday, April 2), a beloved comic strip (“Titeuf,” Sunday, April 3) and French film itself (“Maestro,” Monday, April 4). Related posts:A national festival, a grand old opera and other happenings around Costa Rica The Prague Ballet, an international blues festival, and other happenings around Costa Rica Arts and culture in brief: the week ahead in Costa Rica India Fest, San Ramón run and other happenings around Costa Ricalast_img

first_img Facebook Comments In Playa Ocotal, Guanacaste, the Hotel Villa Casa Blanca will host art-lovers foran exhibition by Spanish artist Sara Florez-Rodriguez; view her depictions of flora and fauna, “Ciclos Naturales,” and sample tapas and drinks (Saturday, April 2).Back in San José, the National Theater kicks off a new series, “Aperitivo musical,” in which guests will enjoy a welcome cocktail, finger food, and a chance to tap their feet or dance up a storm just a few feet from the musicians during concerts in the theater’s lobby. This week, catch saxophone-percussion group Sonsax (Saturday, April 2).The Cine Magaly’s French Film Festival fills the screen with works that examine African emigration to Europe (“HOPE,” Friday, April 1), Haiti’s revolutionary hero (“Toussaint Louverture,” Saturday, April 2), a beloved comic strip (“Titeuf,” Sunday, April 3) and French film itself (“Maestro,” Monday, April 4). Related posts:A national festival, a grand old opera and other happenings around Costa Rica The Prague Ballet, an international blues festival, and other happenings around Costa Rica Arts and culture in brief: the week ahead in Costa Rica India Fest, San Ramón run and other happenings around Costa Ricalast_img

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