Your Week in Culture: Romeo Santos, Alan Ball, François Ozon’s Valentine Thriller

Your Week in Culture: Romeo Santos, Alan Ball, François Ozon’s Valentine Thriller

New TV shows, museum openings, film releases and concerts — it’s a lot to keep track of. Let us help you. For the week of Feb. 11, seven events in New York and elsewhere not to be missed:

Pop: Romeo Santos at the Garden

Feb. 15-17; msg.com.

Any discussion of the most influential New York musicians of the 21st century ought to include Romeo Santos, the Bronx-born bachata superstar who has done more than any other individual to bring that Dominican sound to a mass U.S. audience. In addition to his record as a reliable Latin hitmaker, he is also one of the city’s top live draws. Four years ago, Mr. Santos memorably sold out two nights at Yankee Stadium; two years ago, he reunited his former band, Aventura, for a whopping 20 shows at United Palace Theater, in Washington Heights.

His three-night stand at Madison Square Garden, Feb. 15-17, may seem less like a milestone — he’s already headlined there many times — but it still puts him in an elite class of performers. How many can book more than two consecutive nights at New York’s most iconic venue and have it feel like business as usual? SIMON VOZICK-LEVINSON

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