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A concert of the 14th edition of Fira Mediterrània in Manresa (by E. Escolà)

22 August 2012 10:30 PM

The next edition of the Fira Mediterrània of Manresa will host more than 250 shows

This cultural trade fair of Mediterranean shores’ traditions will reach its 15th edition, organised in the Central Catalonia city of Manresa in early November. The 15th edition will be held from November 8th to 11th. It is a market for music,...
An image from yesterday's concert, featuring Montsalvatge's works (by X. Pi)

21 August 2012 10:04 PM

World premiere of an unfinished piece by the renowned Catalan composer Montsalvatge at the Peralada Festival

The Cadaqués Orchestra played ‘Concerto libero’, an unfinished work for piano and cello at the Peralada’s Carme Church, in northern Catalonia. The Costa Brava festival is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the composer’s birth whose...
Ben Harper at the Cap Roig music festival (by ACN / Festival de Cap Roig)

20 August 2012 10:52 PM

Costa Brava’s Cap Roig music festival ends with 88% of tickets sold and 41,000 attendees

Spanish singer Alejandro Sanz ended the successful Costa Brava festival that achieved full audiences in 15 of 20 concerts scheduled and an attendance of 41,000 people. This year's festival was the first organised by Catalan music publisher...
Chinese acrobatics were enjoyed at Catalonia's Porta Ferrada Festival, at the Costa Brava (by V. Gumà)

17 August 2012 08:46 PM

Chinese acrobatics, balance and magic in Porta Ferrada Festival

Twenty artists from Beijing’s National Circus o present ‘The Dream of a Journey to the East’ at the Porta Ferrada Festival, in the Costa Brava's town of Sant Felíu de Guíxols. The show, with a mix of entertainment and acrobatics...
MNAC's building in Barcelona's Montjuic hill (by R. Pagano)

10 August 2012 10:44 PM

MNAC considers renaming and adding ‘Barcelona’ to promote its image abroad

The Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya (Catalonia’s National Museum of Art) is considering changing its name to include ‘Barcelona’. The Museum Director, Pepe Serra, wants to better explain the Museum to a global audience and considers...
Joan Anton Cararach (left) and George Wein (right) (by Doug Mason)

06 August 2012 10:11 PM

Jazz festival in Barcelona awarded its gold medal to entrepreneur George Wein

The ‘Voll-Damm Barcelona International Jazz Festival’ gave its gold medal to George Wein, a prominent jazz promoter from America. Wein received the award on the main stage of the Newport Festival in the United States in front of an audience of...
Mozart's opera 'Don Gioavanni' (by N. Guisasola)

04 August 2012 12:28 AM

The opera ‘Don Giovanni’ of the Deutsche Oper Berlin makes its debut in Catalonia at the Castell de Peralada Festival

The opera ‘Don Giovanni’ by Mozart will be staged in Catalonia at the Castell de Peralada Festival in the Empordà County, on the Costa Brava. The renowned opera tells the story of a man living on the edge in a constant search without end,...
A caption from 'La Culpa' (Guilt) directed by David Victori (by La Culpa)

01 August 2012 10:49 PM

Catalan filmmaker David Victori to present ‘La Culpa’ at Venice Film Festival

Catalan filmmaker David Victori’s short film has passed a rigorous selection process and will be shown at the Venice Film Festival. His submission, ‘La Culpa’ which deals with the emotions of guilt and revenge, participated in ‘Your Film...
Maria Rovira in her show 'Carmen (ballant a la sorra)' (by David Ruano)

31 July 2012 11:58 PM

The ‘Dansalona’ festival aims to promote dance in thirteen areas of Barcelona this summer

The 'Dansalona’ festival in the months of August and September is aiming to “popularise dance” in the city with a variety of activities. With numerous performances in theatres across Barcelona, the opportunity to discover behind the scenes...
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