Cinema.  New York,  29/11/2015
ADIFF - African Diaspora International Film Festival NY 2015 presents the documentary directed by Jordi Torrent and Alfonso Domingo on African American volunteers defending the Republic of Spain during the Spanish Civil War.
Music.  New York,  08/12/2015
Enrique (Enric) Granados (1867-1916) spent the last months of his life in New York, where he composed some of the most important artistic works of his life. As the centennial of his death approaches, Instituto Cervantes in New York help us rediscover some of Granados' most important vocal compositions and the dance from the opera Goyescas, composed in New York for the premiere of the opera at the Metropolitan in 1916.
Music.  New York,  10/12/2015
The Hispanic Society Concert Series 2015-2016 will focus on the works of the Catalan composer Enric Granados (1867-1916). Granados spent the final months of his life in New York, during which he performed several concerts that were highly acclaimed.
Gastronomy.  New York,  14/12/2015
After the screening of the film Snacks: Bocados de una revolución, by directors Verónica Escuer and Cristina Jolonch, world famous chefs Joan Roca, of El Celler de Can Roca (Girona), and Andoni Luis Aduriz, of Mugaritz (Donostia) will talk about their vision of the evolution of Spanish gastronomy to later delve into their research about sensoriality and about seasoning dishes with emotions and creativity.
Visual Arts.  New York,  20/10/2015
Torres-García is one of the most complex and important artists of the first half of the 20th century, and his work opened up transformational paths for modern art on both sides of the Atlantic. His personal involvement with a significant number of early avant-garde movements—from Catalan Noucentismo to Cubism, Ultraism-Vibrationism, and Neo-Plasticism—makes him an unparalleled figure whose work is ripe for a fresh critical reappraisal in the U.S.
Visual Arts.  San Antonio, TX,  30/09/2015
Miró: The Experience of Seeing presents a rare opportunity to introduce American audiences to the astounding and innovative paintings and sculptures that Joan Miró (1893–1983) created in his later years. Comprised of 57 paintings, drawings, and sculptures, this exhibition is the first dedicated to the fruitful period of the artist’s life in the United States. 
Visual Arts.  Toronto,  26/09/2015
I SEE WORDS, I HEAR VOICES is an exhibition of works by Dora García curated by Chantal Pontbriand. It takes up numerous facets of artistic experience, language, perception and literature through a constellation of projects that become indices of actions, past or future.
Culture.  San Francisco,  03/09/2015
From an intangible dream to a phantasmagorical reality, The Walt Disney Family Museum presents Disney and Dalí: Architects of the Imagination, on view from July 10, 2015 through January 3, 2016. 
Music.  New York, Washington, Albuquerque,  08/12/2015
Enric (Enrique) Granados (1867-1916) spent the final months of his life in New York. His visit to the United States included some of the most important artistic triumphs of his life—the World Premiere of his opera, GOYESCAS, at the Metropolitan Opera, solo and chamber music recitals with cellist Pau Casals, recordings for the Duo-Art Reproducing Piano, the premiere of his symphonic poem, DANTE, by the Chicago Symphony, and a recital at the White House.

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