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DÜSSELDORF
27/08/2018 Performing

The IRL organizes a panel session with Catalan participation at the 12th Internationale Tanzmesse in Dusseldorf

The IRL has scheduled a panel session under the title Dance and Architecture in Catalonia: Creation, public sphere, cultural legacy and landscape during the 12th edition of the Internationale Tanzmesse ...
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London
19/10/2015 Performing

La Veronal performs at Sadler's Wells as part of Dance Umbrella

Marcos Morau, founder and choreographer of La Veronal, is considered one of the most intelligent dance makers to have emerged from Europe in recent years. His style is sophisticated, delightfully ...
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Val-de-Marne
13/10/2015 Performing

Jordi Galí brings his workshop to the Val-de-Marne ‘Centre de Développement Chorégraphique’

The Catalan dancer is taking part in the Kaleidoscope workshop, in Paris, to give three performances in October. On the 13th he will be previewing his performances, to be given on 24th and 25th October, ...
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Barcelona
17/07/2015 Culture

Creamap, the interactive map of Catalan culture in the world

It is possible to view all the work being done by Catalan artists around the world. This is the idea behind Creamap, a portal developed by the Ramon Llull Institute that allows geotagging of all activities ...
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Aubervilliers
30/05/2015 Performing

Albert Quesada’s ‘Wagner & Ligeti’ at the Seine-Saint-Denis International Choreographic Encounters

The pioneering contemporary dance festival Seine-Saint-Denis International Choreographic Encounters has programmed Albert Quesada’s Wagner & Ligeti on 30 and 31 May this year at La Commune d’Aubervilliers. ...
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Paris
04/04/2015 Performing

Joan Català’s circus arrives in Paris

The Institut Ramon Llull is taking the Catalan artist’s circus to the city as part of the Hautes Tensions Festival on 4 and 5 April. He will be presenting his show Pelat, a story of the relation ...
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Spain
22/12/2014 Performing

The Catalan performing arts on a Christmas tour around Spain

Four Catalan theatre and dance companies have scheduled performances for the Christmas holidays in the provinces of León, Madrid, Segovia and Ciudad Real. The Companyia Roberto G. Alonso will be ...
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Germany and Austria
31/10/2014 Performing

A weekend of Catalan dance, music and film in Germany and Austria

Moreover, Pere Faura’s dance company is performing this Friday at the MOVE! Festival in Krefeld, with the show “Sin baile no hay paraíso”. This festival previously programmed ...
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Paris
03/06/2014 Performing

Sònia Sánchez and Roger Bernat perform in the fifth Chantiers d’Europe Festival in Paris

Sònia Sánchez and Roger Bernat are the Catalan artists invited to the fifth multidisciplinary Chantiers d’Europe Festival organised at the Théâtre de la Ville de ...
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Valence
22/05/2014 Performing

Pere Faura presents three projects at the fourth French dance festival Ambivalence(s)

The choreographer and dancer Pere Faura presents a threefold event at the dance festival Ambivalence(s), which will be held from 22 to 28 May in Valence (Drôme), a town in the south of France, whose ...
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Nova York
10/08/2013 Performing

LA INTRUSA DANZA at the DOWNTOWN DANCE FESTIVAL

La Intrusa Danza is a contemporary artistic creation company formed in 1996 by Virginia Garcia and Damian Muñoz, creators and art directors. Their work includes research and multi-disciplinary ...
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Amsterdam
17/01/2013 Music

The Institut Ramon Llull brings Catalan flamenco to the Netherlands

The Dutch Flamenco Biennial, which takes place between 19th January and 3rd February, will host Focus Catalunya, with the collaboration of the Institut Ramon Llull (IRL). The Dutch Biennial, which is ...
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28/09/2012 Performing

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is a consortium that comprises the Generalitat de Catalunya (Government of Catalonia), Balearic Islands Government and the Barcelona City Council, and its mission is the promotion of Catalan language and culture abroad.

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