Institut Ramon Llull/ Newsletter # 64



Performing Arts.  Edinburgh,  16/08/2016

Atresbandes performs at Summerhall as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Internationally renowned Catalan company ATRESBANDES return to Summehall as part of the Festival Fringe with their new production from 16 to 26 August. 'All In' brings striking visuals to their characteristic blend of physical theatre and meditative text in a darkly playful exploration of the millennial condition.

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Music.  Fernhill Farm, Bristol,  18/08/2016

Exxasens at ArcTanGent Festival

Barcelona-based band Exxasens perform at ArcTanGent Festival 2016, in Fernhill Farm, Bristol, on 18 August. The band is known for their unique sound landscapes and powerful melodies. In their own words, their music could be the homeland of post-rock bands such as Mogwai or Explosions in the Sky, a place full of nice melodies with strong guitar atmospheres.

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Music.  London,  27/08/2016

Jordi Savall performs at Shakespeare's Globe

Jordi Savall, the world’s most celebrated viola da gamba player, returns to the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, at Shakespeare's Globe on Saturday 27 August. Joined by Dimitri Psonis (Oud, Santur, Saz, Percussion), Savall explores the development of the medieval Eastern and Western traditions both in symbiosis with and reaction to each other during the turn of the seventeenth century. Jordi Savall's international tour is supported by the Institut Ramon Llull.

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Literature.  UK,  28/07/2016

'Wabi Sabi' by Francesc Miralles released in English by Alma Books

After the success of 'Love in Small Letters', the novel 'Wabi Sabi' by Francesc Miralles is published in English by Alma Books on 28 July with the support of the Institut Ramon Llull. A delightful tale about love and bridging cultural divides.



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