Institut Ramon Llull/ Newsletter # 70



Music.  London,  03/02/2017

Love of Lesbian return to London

After sold out gigs at London’s Scala in 2011 and Coronet Theatre in 2013, Barcelona Indie band Love of Lesbian comes back to the UK to perform a unique show in London promoted by Rock Sin Subtítulos.The Catalan band, led by Santi Balmes, play at The Grand on Friday 3 February at 8pm.

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Visual Arts.  London,  10/02/2017

Galeria Mayoral presents 'Art Revolutionaries in London': Joan Miró, Alexander Calder, Pablo Picasso, Julio González

Mayoral presents an exhibition commemorating 80 years since the inauguration of the Spanish Pavilion at the 1937 Paris Exposition, including works by Joan Miró, Alexander Calder, Pablo Picasso and Julio González from 18 January to 10 February in London. 


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Music.  London,  12/02/2017

Concert by Maria Camahort Quintet and Deco Ensemble

A special Valentine’s Day concert from the Deco Ensemble and Maria Camahort Quintet on Sunday 12 February at Omnibus. Deco Ensemble present a unique selection of Piazzolla’s most beautiful music, as well as traditional and modern tangos. Maria Camahort Quintet perform Iberian Colours, a project of music sharing the vivid colours, textures and rhythms of Spanish musical art.

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Culture.  London,  14/02/2017

'Sergi Belbel’s Carícies, Arthur Schnitzler’s Reigen, and the Seduction of Form’ by Professor John London

Professor John London, Chair of Department of Iberian and Latin American Studies at Queen Mary University of London, delivers a talk on playwrights Sergi Belbel and Arthur Schnitzler’s on Tuesday 14 February. This event is part of the Centre for Catalan Studies Seminars supported by the Institut Ramon Llull. 

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Visual Arts.  London,  16/02/2017

Timothy Taylor bring to London 'Antoni Tàpies: Revulsion and Desire'

Gallery Timothy Taylor presents the exhibition 'Antoni Tàpies: Revulsion and Desire' from 16 February to 18 March in London. The show includes a selection of works that have never been shown outside of Spain before by one of Catalonia’s most accomplished and prolific artists.

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