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New York 
07/04/2019 Visual Arts

La Nau Gaudí: Artists from Mataró

Fourteen exclusive pieces created ad hoc by seven different artists will be shown for the first time in New York. The outcome is a contemporary Catalan art recognition, driven by Lluís and Carmen Bassat and produced by the Consorci Museu d’Art Contemporani de Mataró, whose headquarters are located on the Nau Gaudí, the first building built by the architect Antoni Gaudí in the municipality of Mataró.
New York 
07/04/2019 Cinema

Xavier Marrades's short film 'Misericórdia', screening at the New Directors/New Films Festival

Filmed around Brazil’s Itaparica Island, this oneiric documentary evokes the rich, complicated ancestry of Bahia—considered the African heart of Brazil—through the dreams of its present-day inhabitants.
New York 
02/04/2019 Music

Marc Migó offers a concert of Catalan music at the Juilliard School of Music

Composer and pianist Marc Migó is studying for his Master’s Degree in Composition at the Juilliard School of Music in New York. The concert will showcase music by Catalan composers such as Joan Manén, Jordi Cervelló, Isaac Albéniz, Marc Migó, Narcís Bonet, and Salvador Brotons.
Harvard, Barcelona 
31/03/2019 Language

Harvard students, a study abroad trip to Barcelona

Students enrolled in the Catalan studies program at Harvard University will participate in a seven-day trip to Barcelona, gaining direct contact with the language and culture they have been learning in the classroom. 
28/03/2019 Music

Barcelona Clarinet Players, two concerts in the US!

Innovation, fusion, interdisciplinary nature or pedagogy are some of the concepts that best describe the creative line of the Barcelona Clarinet Players.
New York 
28/03/2019 Music

Joan Manuel Serrat: Mediterraneo Da Capo

"Joan Manuel Serrat was perhaps the most well-known and successful of the crop of singer-songwriters to come to prominence in a rapidly changing country in the late 60s and early 70s." -- The Guardian
Yale University 

Investigative documentary filmmaker Montserrat Armengou, lecture at Yale

Montserrat Armengou Martin, Yale Poynter Fellow, will frame this topic by discussing the impunity of the crimes against humanity committed by the Falange of General Franco. Margherita Tortora, senior lector II of Spanish, will moderate the discussion.
Austin, TX 
15/03/2019 Cinema

7 Reasons To Run Away (From Society), world premiere at SXSW 2019

The family, the poor kid who appears on TV, the sixth floor neighbors, the tenant and the real estate agent, the business couple, the guy progress has run-over and the couple about to get married. Seven stories that mix horror and comedy. Seven moments of black comedy as strange as unexpected. Seven surreal visions of a society that can't progress, a dysfunctional society.
Canada, US 
03/03/2019 Music

Jordi Savall & Le Concert des Nations: Tous les matins du monde

Viol legend Jordi Savall revisits Alain Corneau’s 1991 film Tous les matins du monde in a stunning program of music from the French Baroque. The award-winning motion picture explored the often tense relationship between viol master Marin Marais and his mentor Sainte-Colombe, with Savall and Le Concert des Nations providing the crucial soundtrack. Over 27 years after the movie’s premiere, Savall has assembled some of the world’s finest musicians for an evocative program ...
New York 
01/03/2019 Literature

Marina Garcés, lecture at the Graduate Center CUNY

Prof. Marina Garcés was invited to teach a course for graduate students this Spring semester at the Mercè Rodoreda Chair, at the Graduate Center - CUNY. The course under the title "Condición póstuma y emancipación. Una mirada desde el sur de Europa" will be taught in Spanish. The Mercè Rodoreda Chair was established in 2003 and is co-funded by Institut Ramon Llull. 
New York 
11/02/2019 Music

Call for Scores Mata Festival 2020

MATA seeks submissions from composers in the early stages of their careers for their 2020 Festival of New Music in New York City and additional concerts during their 2019-2020 season.  MATA has no aesthetic bias: they welcome all types of music from fully notated to improvised, sound art, video, electronic, found instruments, toys, installations, and everything in between.  Composers are selected on the strength of their overall portfolio, and will receive ...
31/01/2019 Cinema

Sundance Film Festival features Knockstrike, directed by Marc Torices, Pau Anglada and Genís Rigol

Two men accidentally exchange briefcases. One contains a videotape that will lead the new owner to embark on an unexpected journey to figure out what is in it.
New York 
22/01/2019 Cinema

LA CHANA, screening at the National Arts Club in New York

With depth, humor and pathos, LA CHANA celebrates the charisma of a self-taught Gypsy flamenco dancer who in the 1960s-80s rose to international stardom and then suddenly vanished from the public eye at the height of her career.  Peter Sellers saw her dance as a young woman and asked her to perform in the film ‘THE BOBO in 1967. Hollywood beckoned, but that was not to be.  In her baroque boudoir in Barcelona, La Chana continues to practice her art and reveals the reason ...
New York 
21/01/2019 Language

Learn Catalan this winter!

Courses will start the week of January 21st, 2019. Classes will meet once a week for 10 weeks (2 hrs. per session), groups will be organized according to students’ availability. Location and times will be announced thereafter. 
New York 
17/01/2019 Cinema

CUCLI by filmmaker Xavier Marrades nominated for Best Documentary of the Year on Vimeo

Ramon lives with his parents, although he is away most of the week working as a truck driver. These are long and lonely trips until he meets a very special companion that changes everything. Cucli tells a story about love and companionship after death and its transformative effect. How through memories, the supernatural can find its way into our mundane lives.   
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