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Showing posts with label Instituto Cervantes Manila. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Instituto Cervantes Manila. Show all posts

FREE: Concierto de Organo by Fr José Enrique Ayarra Jarne of the Cathedral of Seville

The Embassy of Spain in Philippines in collaboration with San Agustín Church in Intramuros and sponsored by Swiss International Airlines would like to invite you to the Organ Concert of father José Enrique Ayarra Jarne, one of the most noted Canon organist of Seville Cathedral in Spain. 

This will happen on Thursday, June 26th 7PM at the Church of San Agustín, General Luna St., Intramuros, Manila. Free!

For more information you may check the official Facebook Fan Page of the Instituto Cervantes de Manila here.

FREE : Suite Española, A Piano and Flamenco Show

A fan of Flamenco and piano performances? This is for you. Two spanish artists are in town to present "Suite Española", a show where piano scores and flamenco singing find a common ground to provide a greater freedom of interpreting the works of Spanish composers such as Granados, Albeniz and Falla. For more information, you may check Instituto Cervantes Manila's official Facebook Fan Page here

Who: Classical pianist Rosa Torres - Pardo and flamenco singer Rocio Marquez Limon
When: June 7, 2014
Where:  Cultural Center of the Philippines Little Theater Roxas Bldvd, Pasay

This is FREE admission. Please RSVP 

FREE Flamenco Dance "Abriendo Caminos" by Úrsula López

FREE Flamenco dance concert by Úrsula López!  She personally directed and choreographed this show which is very different from her usual roles as a soloist for numerous dance companies and shows. This flamenco show "Abriendo Caminos" uses the most traditional flamenco styles while the lead Flamenco character Úrsula with her dancers and musicians, aspires to convey feelings and emotions, showing to the world a modern touch of flamenco.

24 de octubre 2013 Oct 24 2013 8pm
Meralco Theater, Ortigas Ave, Pasig City
Entrada gratuita Free Admission
Hasta llenar aforo First come first served

For more information you may check Instituto Cervantes Manila Facebook Fan Page here.

Jai Alai Building and the Jai Alai Game

One of the finest Art Deco buildings in Asia and one of Manila’s best structures, the Jai Alai stadium was demolished on July 15, 2000 commanded by then Mayor of Manila, Lito Atienza. An Architecture graduate and allegedly a regular bettor of Jai Alai, he said a court justice will replace the site but it was NEVER done. This four storey building located along Taft Avenue was noted more of gambling, crime and prostitution rather than its sleek, cylindrical glass front to convey that the world’s fastest sport in the world was held here. It was while taking my Spanish language class last year at Instituto Cervantes Manila I noticed that this Jai Alai game is played a few steps away from the school, in Casino Español de Manila. Out of curiosity I decided to interview these people who play the game. Are they still the same kinds of players who do this out of money or pleasure maybe?