Monday - Jul 22, 2019

Celebrating a new home for Mexican Museum in SF

Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff

The Mexican Museum’s new facilities’s artist’s conception.The Mexican Museum’s new facilities’s artist’s conception.

Everyone is invided to join community Leaders for a Celebration of The Mexican Museum’s New Home in the Yerba Buena Gardens Art District on Mexican Independence Day Sept. 16 at 11:30 a.m. at Jessie Square Plaza, Mission Street between 3rd & 4th Streets, San Francisco.

Mamacoalt and guest jazz singer Alejandra Tejeda Rieloff

Tangos con Chile presents, Mamacoatl, and musician in the Mission district, who has for years been melding music and traditions of Mexico and California. She will perform her music in the neighborhood.

Her debut album Border Crossing Diosa is a testimony of migration and womanhood, a historical document of poetry, prayer and protest.

Mamacoatl will be accompanied by pianist Damian Núñez and singer Claudio Santome, including jazz singer and actress Alexandra Tejeda Rieloff with a cabaret presentation. Carlos Barón will be the narrator. It will be a show you will not want to miss!!

On Saturday, Sept. 21, 7 p.m., at the Red Puppy Art House, 2698 Folsom Street, San Francisco, for more info call 415-826-2402.

6th Annual Redwood City Salsa Festival

Here is a reminder for the sixth annual Redwood City Salsa Festival, a free festival coming up in downtown Redwood City on September 28th. With multiple stages of live entertainment, and a Salsa Competition & Tasting, this event has grown to be a real family pleaser.

Could you please do a pick, run a photo or even write a featurefor this exciting festival, as well as to list it in the calendar section of your publication? The artists are also available for interviews.

On Saturday, Sept. 28, from 12 p.m.-8 p.m. Admission free, at Courthouse Square 2200 Broadway, Redwood City, California. For more info call at 650-780-7340 or visit:

Take a look at the artists bios, now online at:

Acting classes at Nahual Theater

We continue with acting classes for the youth and adults, every Saturday morning at the hall of National Hispanic University. Requirements: desire and eagerness to learn a technique of performance, availability of time, look forward to having fun and participating in the next play with us.

Since 2004, Theatre Nahual has been developing a methodology to teach acting classes totally in Spanish to the Hispanic population in the Bay Area. Nahual Theatre has the mission to bring education and entertainment THROUGHOUT the English language plays.

In Addition, this community theater organization has supported the arts giving Opportunities to mature and young artists, musicians and writers: such as to Promote Their talents and solidify With The wonderful theatrical experience.

The acting classes with Teatro Nahual will start this month in a classroom of the National Hispanic 14271 Story Road. San Jose, CA. For more information dial: (650) 793-0783 or send an e-mail to: Website: