Our season runs from September through March and comprises around 25 concerts, ranging from solo piano, violin and classical guitar recitals, through string quartets, to orchestra and opera.

Pro Musica’s international classical chamber music series is the most extensive in Latin America and its next season will run from this October thru March, 2017.  With 27 performances this will be its longest season ever, opening on 9 October with the incredibly talented violinist Gil Morgenstern (“a brilliant artist .. rich, penetrating tone” The New York Times) with piano accompaniment.   

November 13 brings the return of pianist Brian Ganz (“The ravishing sensual beauty of Ganz’s sound” The Washington Post) Many of you will remember that he has a ten year project to play all of Chopin’s works for piano in public from memory.

December brings our first two-concert weekend with Nicholas Tzavaras, cellist (“richly singing .. beautifully nuanced” The New York Times).  Nicholas was for 15 years cellist of the internationally famous Shanghai Quartet, and will be accompanied by pianist Reiko Aizawa.

The first concerts of the New Year, on January 7/8, 2017, will be charged with energy as Richard Stoltzman (“the world’s most phenomenal clarinettist” The Boston Globe) and his equally stupendous marimbist wife, Mika, with pianist Will Ransom, return for two performances of classical and jazz pieces that will have you sitting on the edge of your seats. 

From then until end March we have two concerts every weekend.  January’s further highlights include violinist Andrew Sords (“his energy spilled out in a glittering encore” The Age – Melbourne),  the renowned Cuarteto Latinoamericano (“Any quartet we’re likely to hear will be hard pressedto ..  surpass the playing of the Cuarteto Latinoamericano” The Los Angeles Times) and female solo pianist, Mizuzu Tanaka, from Japan (“a rare combination of poetic sensitivity and breathtaking virtuosity” The Messenger Gazette - New Jersey).

In February the roster features the cello/piano duo of Amit Peled (“blazing performance crackling with virtuosic energy, humor and delight” Palm Beach Daily News) and Alon Goldstein, piano.  Isreali-American Amit was handed Pablo Casals’ 1733 cello after the maestro’s death by his widow and is his natural successor. Following them, violinist David Coucheron (“a creamy highly expressive.. highly focused sound [from] his 1725 Stradivarius.” Fort Worth Star-Telegram.) will perform with piano accompaniment.  In 2010, at age 25, he became the leader of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the youngest concertmaster of any major U.S. orchestra.  At the end of the month we welcome the return of the young and uber-talented Amernet String Quartet (“music making of exciting impetuosity and fervor.” The Miami Herald).

On February 10th and 12th we present our own production of Puccini’s hugely popular opera Madam Butterfly at the Angela Peralta theater. The opera will feature Rodrigo Garciarroyo with an all star Mexican cast.  There will be a Gala Fundraiser on 7th February to support our extensive Education Outreach Program featuring the stars of the opera, the new Pro Musica San Miguel Youth Orchestra and a champagne reception and dinner at a magnificent hacienda in Los Frailes . 

March sees more fabulous artists, including San Miguel newcomers the Pacific Piano Trio (“A concert by the Pacific Trio was a special treat, as the trio demonstrated in convincing manner why it should be considered one of the best.” Los Angeles Times.) and South African pianist Anton Nel (“plays with the authority and artistic strength of someone who can go the whole way to the highest goals.” Chicago Sun Times).  A highlight of the season will be a piano quintet with the returning Vega String Quartet (“a single-minded and relentless concentration ... and a compelling sense of authority...It glowed with musicality”  The Los Angeles Times) joined by pianist William Ransom.

Finally on 26 March there is our renowned Garden Concert in a magical private garden in Guadiana with a long interval when champagne and canapés will be served.  The event features the San Miguel debut of the talented Smoky Mountain Brass Quintet, a favourite of many similar events throughout the US.

Staging an extensive classical music season of this quality with ticket prices far lower than in North America or Europe becomes ever more expensive, and Pro Musica’s extensive Education Outreach Program always needs additional resources, particularly with the formation of the classical Pro Musica San Miguel Youth Orchestra. 

Now is an ideal opportunity to support Pro Musica by becoming a member from as little as US$100 per year and receive a wealth of benefits, including free tickets, reserved seats, a dedicated ticket booking hotline and invitations to exclusive suppers and cocktails with the artists.

Questions? Contact us.

Michael Pearl is President of Pro Music


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Next up, the Vega Quartet will dazzle Pro Musica audiences on Saturday and Sunday, March 11th and 12th at 5 pm. Don't miss these phenomenal artists in action!

2016/2017 Concert Schedule

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The centrepiece of last season was our very own production of Verdi’s opera Un Ballo in Mascera, which included many of the most wonderful arias that he wrote.  We brought together our outstanding production team of Stage Director Ragner Conde and Music Director Mario Alberto Hernandez.  Rodrigo Garciarroyo sang the lead as King Gustavo of Sweden.  2017 Opera information coming soon! You won't want to miss this season's Opera performance.


Our Patrons’ and Members’ subscriptions make all this possible, and we believe in providing benefits for you which are second to none.  Next season we will have an artists supper/cocktail after nearly every concert and, from as little as US$500 per season, you have reserved and named seats for every concert.   With the ever increasing costs of artists fees, and to provide an efficient administrative process, we need members to upgrade to maintain the quality of our concerts and the concert going experience.  When you are about to make out your check, look at the benefits of the next level up and consider upgrading; or add something above the minimum subscription at your existing level.  We are now seeing members coming into the Beethoven level at US$5,000 and up, and we have added a new benefit to that category: THE EXACT SAME SEAT OF YOUR CHOICE GUARANTEED FOR THE WHOLE SEASON.

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