Institut Ramon Llull/ Newsletter # 62

JUNE 2016 / NY, USA

New York

Performing Arts.  Washington DC,  22/06/2016

Kamchàtka on Finding Home: Migration, Exile, and Belonging

As part of the TCG Global Pre-Conference on Finding Home: Migration, Exile, and Belonging, the Kamchàtka company will offer Migrar, a site-specific journey to all those who wish to discover the city in which they have arrived or which they have never left, with a new viewpoint free of prejudice, with a child’s curiosity and dealing with the theme of immigration. The Kamchàtka street theatre company of Barcelona has a long history of experimenting and investigating art in public space, the social codes of communication and the theme of immigration.

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Music.  New York,  02/06/2016

Musicologist Miriam Perandones presents Enrique Granados' Letters (1892-1916)

“Enrique Granados’ letters (1892-1916)” (Barcelona: Editorial Boileau, 2016, 528 p.) consists of the gathering, chronological ordering and critical editing of 506 letters written by Catalan composer Enrique (Enric) Granados or addressed to him by his immediate family circle or by prestigious figures of both Spanish and international cultural and musical history. 

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Cinema.  Seattle,  19/05/2016

Six Catalan feature films and two shorts selected for Seattle International Film Festival 2016

SIFF's mission is to create experiences that bring people together to discover extraordinary films from around the world. It is through the art of cinema that we foster a community that is more informed, aware, and alive!. SIFF 2016 will take place during 25 days and will feature more than 400 films from 90 countries for more than 150,00 attendees. The largest and most highly attended film festival in the United States is now in its 42nd year.

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Performing Arts.  Montreal,  09/07/2016

Montréal Complètement Cirque features PELAT by Joan Català

A man wanders with his wooden mat… Little by little, he pulls you into a meaningful human exchange where you become completely indispensable. The show simply can’t go on without you! Complicity, collective communion and solidarity… We won’t say another word about this mysterious gem that’s inspired by Catalan tradition.

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Performing Arts.  New York,  12/07/2016

Catalan events at SummerStage Festival 2016!

SummerStage is the largest free performing arts festival in New York City. It presents artists and genres that reflect the diverse cultures and communities in neighborhood parks across the five boroughs. The Institut Ramon Llull is proud to partner with SummerStage for the third year in a row presenting this time a circus performance by Joan Català and a dance project by Iron Skulls, performing together with artist Quim Moya. 

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