A prolific winner of major international competitions, Spanish pianist Juan Pérez Floristán most recently received First Prize, Audience Favorite Prize, Beethoven Prize, Chamber Music Prize, and the Best Performer of the Israeli Piece, at the 16th Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition, 2021.
Marrano, a Tale From the Inquisition is a tragedy based on two historical events: the expulsion of the Sephardic Jews at the end of the 15th century and, consequentially, the murder of the High Inquisitor of the Crown of Aragon, Pedro de Arbués.
Exiled from a country immersed in civil war, two clowns find themselves in the heart of the Parisian underworld at a time of revolution.
A girl hides from a family barbecue under the shade of a tree. A teenager scatters her uncle’s ashes. A young woman stares at a screensaver of snowy mountains. This kaleidoscopic coming-of-age tale asks whether ecological thought can apply to us humans, and to our sexual relationships. What does it mean to ‘pull up by the roots’? What if it happens to you? What links a family barbecue, wildfires in the Amazon and feminist protests erupting across Latin America, the US and Europe.
This year’s edition welcomes Rafael Aguirre, an internationally acclaimed guitarist whose deep understanding of music, dazzling virtuosity and immensely diverse repertoire has taken him to 35 countries.
Join Patricia Rodríguez and Mercè Ribot, the artists behind Little Soldier Productions, in their latest show on stage at the London Clown Festival.
A decade on since his first exhibition, Master Painters, at Halcyon Gallery, Spanish artist Pedro Paricio returns with a reviewed and invigorated interest in his beloved old and contemporary masters. In Tradition, Paricio’s bold and colourful vocabulary tackles the interests and ideas that served as inspiration for the masters, reconnecting them with a 21st Century context.
The Spanish world-class early music singer Mara Aranda is bringing Jewish, Muslim and Christian music from the Iberian Peninsula to Leeds
Founded exactly 25 years ago, the Cuatro Casals ensemble won the London International String Quartet Competition (predecessor of the Wigmore event) in 2000 and has subsequently enjoyed a career in the highest echelons of the chamber-music world.