Use the above link to purchase reserved-seat tickets online, using any Visa, MasterCard, American Express card, Discover card, or PayPal account, regardless of country of issue. Ticket prices are the same online as at the Boleto City box office: 450 pesos for Orchestra (Lunetas) or Boxes (Plateas); 300 pesos for the 1st Balcony (Palcos); and 150 pesos for the 2nd Balcony (Galerias); but there will be an additional fee of between 13 and 19 pesos per ticket when you buy online.
If you purchase online using a desktop or laptop computer, you may select specific seats. If you are using a mobile device, such as a smartphone, you will be given the best available tickets for the section you choose. Online sales will end at midnight on March 19.
If you prefer not to buy online, reserved-seat tickets are also available for cash at Boleto City, Mercado Sano, Ancha de San Antonio 123, Mon. – Sat., 11am to 5pm. Phone: (415) 152 6432.
When you buy online, you will be redirected to TicketLeap, and on completion of your purchase, TicketLeap will send you an e-ticket by email. It is not necessary or useful for you to print and bring this ticket to the concert. Angela Peralta policy requires a printed ticket stamped by city officials. So when you arrive at the theater, go to the desk in the front lobby, simply give your name, and your printed ticket or tickets will be waiting for you.
On TicketLeap, the seating chart for the Peralta is presented by section. To get a clearer idea of where your seats are located in relation to the stage, you may find it useful to look at this full chart before you buy. CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART.
Star violinist David Mendoza teams up with five top musicians for a one-night-only concert at the Teatro Angela Peralta. Grammy‐nominated recording artist Michael Hoppé says Mendoza’s “wonderfully expressive violin playing” is, quite simply, “one of the most beautiful sounds one can hear in San Miguel de Allende.”
Mendoza’s music cannot be classified with a single term. Take gypsy jazz, Paganini‐level classical technique, a sighing and breathing bow, dancing fingers, and a rainbow palette of musical colors, and combine them. Mix in elements of “post‐rock” – the use of electronics to create ethereal timbres and textures, and the hypnotic repetition of musical motifs à la Brian Eno.
Sharing the bill with Mendoza are accordionist Camille Garcia, pianist Lorelei Capell, bassist Ruben Olvera, percussionist Victor Monterrubio, and multi‐instrumentalist Billy White. David and his guests will be performing the music of Ennio Morricone, Michael Nyman, Jules Massenet, Astor Piazzolla, and Mendoza’s original compositions.