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Last week of registration of candidatures for the MIN Awards

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Last week of registration of candidatures for the MIN Awards

The MIN Awards for Independent Music keep the registration period for candidates open until January 31st. The process of determining the winners of the ninth edition combines the popular vote with the vote of professionals.

The registration period for candidates for the MIN Awards for Independent Music ends next Tuesday, January 31.

All artists with music recordings (songs, EPs or albums) released in 2016 by independent record producers or self-released artists will be able to register.

Video clips, live shows, productions, designs and photographs related to said musical recordings may also be registered.

+ Bases of the call (reading recommended)

The candidatures will be presented online through the web by the artists, phonographic producers, music editors, managers or professionals who participate in the corresponding music recording.

+ Registration form

All the categories to which you opt must be registered online under a single application. If the artist has published more than one musical recording during 2016, she must choose one of them and it will be this one with which she will participate in the awards.

Voting system

After the publication of the final candidates, a voting process is opened that combines the popular vote with that of the professionals in two phases:

- Public vote

The first phase of voting is done by the public. The 30 most voted candidates in each of the categories will be voted on by the jury.

The public may vote online on the website, for which they must register in advance. Up to 5 votes per person may be cast in each of the categories.

- Jury vote

The second phase of voting is carried out by the professional jury, whose votes determine the finalists and winners for each of the categories.


MADferia 2017 - XII Madrid Performing Arts Fair
January 17-20, 2017

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

MADferia 2017 - XII Madrid Performing Arts Fair

Yesterday, Tuesday 17, began the XIII edition of MADferia, a performing arts fair organized by ARTEMAD with one main objective: to promote, stimulate and generate a market in the field of performing arts.

MADferia 2017 is held on January 17, 18, 19 and 20.

ARTEMAD is a non-profit association of a professional nature, constituted by companies that produce Performing Arts in the Community of Madrid. Born in 1996, it is in the process of growth and currently has 30 associated companies.

Its main objectives are to improve the conditions of production, distribution, quality and professionalism in the Madrid theater sector and, by extension, throughout the country; represent its associates in political, organizational and management forums at all levels; vindicate the public service function of the theater; as well as promoting and informing about any cultural, political and social movement with an impact on the sector.

ARTEMAD is part of the State Federation of Associations of Theater and Dance Companies (FAETEDA), whose birth it was also a promoter in 1996. Since its constitution, it has also been part of the Coordinator of Spanish State Fairs - COFAE, and Contemporary Scene Association.

ARTEMAD brings together companies that, from their idiosyncrasies, defend similar artistic and business foundations. Companies with a vocation for public service in our artistic projects, with added value in terms of training professionals: actors, technicians, choreographers, set designers, dancers, producers, illuminators, authors ... In this segment the engine that energizes Madrid theater, the impulse that generates evolution, not only in the theater's own languages, but in matters of application and use of technological resources, modes of production, etc. The most important creators of the last 25 years have come from here, joining others, already classics of production, first independent and then Alternative.

They constitute an Alternative segment within the Madrid Theater Sector. They are a privately managed public service, they reinvest the profit in artistic projects. This deserves recognition and consideration that it does not now have in the budgets of the central and regional governments, in the regulations governing subsidies, in the designs of Theater Networks, and in the operation of the sector in general.


34th Malaga Theater Festival
January 7 to February 12, 2017

Thursday, January 05, 2017

34th Malaga Theater Festival

On January 7th, the thirty-fourth edition of the Malaga Theater Festival begins in different municipal spaces of the city. Among the leading names we find Lindsay Kemp, Concha Velasco, Blanca Portillo, Maribel Verdú, Aitana Sánchez Gijón or Luz Arcas.

The program, announced by the general director of the Culture Area of the City Council, Susana Martín; the director of the Cervantes Theater, Juan Antonio Vigar; and its Production Director, Miguel Gallego, also includes renowned directors who will bring their work to the already extensive program of the festival. Some of these directors are Juan Carlos Rubio, José Carlos Plaza, Ramón Fontseré, Faniel Veronese, Gerardo Vera, Cesc Gay or Juan Mayorga.

In addition to the 69 performances of 48 plays, the festival will feature parallel activities and an Off in which Urte Teatro, the Sala Up of the Alameda Theater, the Malaga Microteatro, the Joaquín Eléjar Hall, La Cochera Cabaret and La Caja Blanca will participate.

34th Malaga Theater Festival
    January Program:
  • Saturday January 7, 09:00 p.m. Cervantes Theater. Queen juana
  • Saturday January 7, 08:00 p.m. Echegaray Theater. Precious stones
  • Sunday, January 8, 07:00 p.m. Cervantes Theater. Queen juana
  • Sunday, January 8, 07:00 p.m. Echegaray Theater. Precious stones
  • Sunday, January 8, 11:00 a.m. and 01:00 p.m. Echegaray Theater. The magic of Jajejijojú
  • Monday, January 9, 08:00 p.m. Echegaray Theater. I Front / Back Cycle
  • Monday, January 9, 08:00 p.m. Cervantes Theater. The neighbors above
  • Tuesday, January 10, 08:00 p.m. Cervantes Theater. The neighbors above
  • Wednesday, January 11, 08:00 p.m. Echegaray Theater. II Front / Back Cycle
  • Thursday, January 12, 08:00 p.m. Cervantes Theater. Zenith. The reality to your measure
  • Friday January 13, 08:00 p.m. Echegaray Theater. Himmelweg. Sky way
  • Friday January 13, 08:00 p.m. Cervantes Theater. Zenith. The reality to your measure
  • Saturday, January 14, 08:00 p.m. Cervantes Theater. The father
  • Saturday, January 14, 08:00 p.m. Echegaray Theater. Himmelweg. Sky way
  • Sunday January 15, 07:00 p.m. Cervantes Theater. The father
  • Sunday January 15, 11:00 a.m. and 01:00 p.m. Echegaray Theater. Pinocchio's journey
  • Monday, January 16, 08:00 p.m. Cervantes Theater. Happiness
  • Wednesday, January 18, 08:00 p.m. Echegaray Theater. (Un) riding musicals
  • Wednesday, January 18, 08:00 p.m. Cervantes Theater. To be or not to be
  • Thursday, January 19, 08:00 p.m. Echegaray Theater. Bernarda Alba's house
  • Thursday, January 19, 08:00 p.m. Cervantes Theater. The cartographer
  • Friday January 20, 08:00 p.m. Echegaray Theater. The look of Eros
  • Friday January 20, 08:00 p.m. Cervantes Theater. Invincible
  • Saturday 21 January, 08:00 p.m. Cervantes Theater. Invincible
  • Saturday 21 January, 08:00 p.m. Echegaray Theater. Nothing to lose
  • Sunday January 22, 11:00 a.m. and 01:00 p.m. Cervantes Theater. Juan without fear. The musical
  • Sunday January 22, 07:00 p.m. Cervantes Theater. Natalia Dicenta in concert
  • Sunday January 22, 08:00 p.m. Echegaray Theater. Nothing to lose
  • Tuesday, January 24, 08:00 p.m. Cervantes Theater. Lorca
  • Wednesday January 25, 08:00 p.m. Cervantes Theater. The painter of battles
  • Thursday, January 26, 8:00 p.m. Cervantes Theater. The women's assembly
  • Thursday, January 26, 8:00 p.m. Echegaray Theater. March 10, NY_Silencio Blanco
  • Friday, January 27, 8:00 p.m. Cervantes Theater. The women's assembly
  • Friday, January 27, 8:00 p.m. Echegaray Theater. My name is Suleiman
  • Saturday, January 28, 8:00 p.m. Echegaray Theater. From here I see the square dirty
  • Saturday, January 28, 8:00 p.m. Cervantes Theater. The damned
  • Sunday January 29, 7:00 p.m. Echegaray Theater. From here I see the square dirty
  • Sunday January 29, 11am and 1pm. Echegaray Theater. Vademekun
  • Sunday January 29, 7:00 p.m. Cervantes Theater. Inventions and reincarnations

    February Schedule:
  • Wednesday February 1, 8:00 p.m. Echgaray Theater. You and I
  • Wednesday February 1, 8:00 p.m. Cervantes Theater. Dark loves
  • Thursday February 2, 8:00 p.m. Cervantes Theater. Dark loves
  • Thursday February 2, 8:00 p.m. Echegaray Theater. The Trojans
  • Friday February 3, 8:00 p.m. Cervantes. A cat on a hot tin roof
  • Friday February 3, 8:00 p.m. Echegaray Theater. Iberian gangsters
  • Saturday February 4, 8:00 p.m. Cervantes. A cat on a hot tin roof
  • Saturday February 4, 8:00 p.m. Echegaray Theater. Iberian gangsters
  • Sunday February 5, 11am and 1pm. Echegaray Theater. Trip to the moon
  • Sunday, February 5, 7:00 p.m. Cervantes Theater. Miserere
  • Wednesday February 8, 8 p.m. Echegaray. Not one more nail for your fucking tendons
  • Thursday February 9, 8:00 p.m. Echegaray Theater. The linesman
  • Friday February 10, 8:00 p.m. Echegaray Theater. Medea
  • Saturday February 11, 8:00 p.m. Echegaray Theater. Medea
  • Sunday February 12, 11am and 1pm. Echegaray Theater. Threads


Folklore research grant CIOFF - INAEM

Monday, November 21, 2016

Folklore research grant CIOFF - INAEM

The Spanish section of CIOFF® (International Council of Organizations of Folklore and Traditional Arts Festivals) and the INAEM (Institute of Performing Arts and Music) of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports, in order to promote research In the field of Traditional Culture, they decide to establish an annual research grant in favor of all the disciplines that are contained within this field of action.

The scholarship corresponding to this 2016 call will be dedicated to the topic "Dance, dance and popular music (song and musical instruments), related to any of the different cultures of the Spanish territory".

The jury may decide to declare the award of the scholarship void if, in its opinion, the projects presented do not meet the conditions and guarantees necessary for their realization.

Individuals as well as work teams trained for this purpose will be eligible for this scholarship. In this second case, the team must be represented by a manager responsible for the project. The enjoyment of this scholarship will be incompatible with another scholarship or financial aid granted to carry out the same project.

Any citizen legally established in Spain can access this scholarship.

The proposed work must be completed within a maximum period of one year.

The endowment of this scholarship will be 4,500 euros.

More information.

The Vitoria-Gasteiz theater festival: four decades opening the doors to dreams

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

41st Vitoria-Gasteiz International Theater Festival

The festival is one of the most relevant cultural manifestations for Vitoria citizens and a benchmark for many Spanish cities. For four decades the festival has offered a wide selection of national and international theater, accommodating all genres, from classical to the most avant-garde theater.

The theater festival stands as the fundamental tool that promotes the performing arts in Vitoria-Gasteiz and Álava. During its four decades of existence, the festival has opened the doors to thousands of people of various generations, who now constitute a loyal, demanding and knowledgeable audience that fills the theaters of the city.

A project always alive

How to renounce the "Festival" phenomenon in a city that has one of the oldest, even today, despite the fact that similar projects have multiplied like spores in all corners of our geography?

So many years of work and such a warm response from the public, it well deserves to keep an event of relevance. Something expected every fall in the city of Vitoria both by the population and the media, as well as the companies themselves that want to show their works at the Teatro Principal Antzokia and the rest of the municipal theaters.

The festival is doomed to be a cultural project in constant search for definition, but always eagerly awaited ...

The festival today

    The International Theater Festival is organized by the municipal network of theaters. His objectives:
  • To be an international sample of the best theater that is done today.
  • Bet on all kinds of artistic languages, from the most avant-garde to the classics of all time.
  • Dedicate retrospectives to emerging authors.
  • Advocate for the promotion of local companies.
  • In recent editions it has recovered the creation of spaces for debate and reflection on the scenic environment. This circumstance has allowed companies, audiences and creators to chat and enjoy themselves around the theater once the performance is over.

Since last October 6, a new edition has been held, the 41st Vitoria-Gasteiz International Theater Festival, full of shows and which will come to an end on November 24.

Here we leave the magazine with all the programming where we can keep up to date with each work.
41st International Theater Festival Magazine

A new edition of the cinema party is coming, accredit yourself

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Film Festival 2016

Film Festival 2016
October 24, 25 and 26

We already have the dates for the new edition of the film festival, once again this event allows us to see the favorite film premieres for only € 2.90.

    This much desired event for moviegoers is possible every year thanks to the organizers:
  • The FAPAE Confederation is a non-profit entity that integrates practically all the film and television production companies in Spain. Currently made up of some 400 production companies, these have been associated both territorially and in function of specialization and the peculiarities of the sector. Thus, FAPAE is associated with Federations and Associations of audiovisual producers
  • FEDICINE, Federation of Cinematographic Distributors, is a non-profit organization that seeks to defend and represent the interests of the Spanish distribution sector before public administrations, as well as before other associations and agents and institutions in the sector. Currently, FEDICINE represents 90% of Spanish distribution as it is made up of the following distributors: A Contracorriente Films, eOne Entertainment, Hispano Foxfilms, Paramount Pictures Spain, Sony Pictures Releasing Spain, Universal Pictures International Spain, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Spain and Warner Bros. Pictures International Spain.
  • FECE, Federation of Cinemas of Spain, is the representative association of the cinematographic exhibition sector, which groups 80% of the existing screens in our country and 90% of the total collection. FECE was founded in 1977 as a non-profit business institution, and its partners are film entrepreneurs, film exhibition companies, associations and business groups. Among its main purposes is corporate defense before the different organizations and it is the valid interlocutor of the Exhibition before the Administration and other national and international entities.
  • The Institute of Cinematography and Audiovisual Arts (ICAA) is an autonomous body attached to the Secretary of State for Culture whose functions consist of promoting, promoting and ordering Spanish cinematographic and audiovisual activities in their three aspects of production, distribution and exhibition ; Recover, restore, conserve, investigate and disseminate the cinematographic heritage; Contribute to the training of professionals in the different cinematographic specialties; Maintain relationships with international and foreign organizations and institutions with similar purposes; Cooperate with the Autonomous Communities in matters of cinematography and audiovisual arts.

Some of the recommended titles on billboards are "Bridget Jones's Baby", "Captain Fantastic", "Elite Corps", "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children", "The Man with a Thousand Faces", "The Time of the Monsters", "Fire in the Sea", "Inferno", "Kalebegiak", "The Sausage Party", "The Next Skin", "The Reconquest", "The Magnificent Seven", "Pets", "Mechanic: Resurrection", "Mike and Dave are looking for serious vibes", "Ozzy", "Storks", "The Accountant", "A Monster Comes to See Me", "Winds of Havana", "War Dogs".

To participate and as in other editions, we will have to accredit ourselves. Get your accreditation through the following link: Accreditations

From Industrias Maquiescenic we hope you enjoy this 2016 Film Festival.

This Friday begins one of the most important international film festivals

Monday, September 12, 2016

San Sebastian International Film Festival 2016

San Sebastian International Film Festival 2016
From September 16 to 24

A long list of actors and directors will visit San Sebastián for the 64th International Film Festival. Among many others, the return to Donostia of Richard Gere stands out, the presence in Donostia of Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Hugh Grant, Isabelle Huppert, Monica Bellucci, Fan Bingbing, Jennifer Connelly, Javier Bardem, Sidse Babett-Knudsen, Mary Stuart Masterson, Ewan McGregor, Cynthia Nixon, Ken Watanabe, Lambert Wilson, Gael García Bernal and Shailene Woodley, in addition to the already announced Donostia Sigourney Weaver and Ethan Hawke Awards. Likewise, Gael García Bernal will arrive in Donostia to receive the new Jaeger-LeCoultre Award for Latin Cinema.

San Sebastian International Film Festival 2016

In addition, directors such as Oliver Stone, Pablo Larraín, François Ozon, Paul Verhoeven, Gianfranco Rosi, Bertrand Tavernier or Terence Davies, among others, guarantee a red carpet full of prominent names at the 64th edition of Zinemaldia.

The Festival has revealed these names in the official presentation of the edition that begins in less than a week, and which will have an Official Jury chaired by the director Bille August, twice winner of the Cannes Palme d'Or and an Oscar, author from movies like "Pelle the Conqueror" and "Best Intentions". Along with him will be the Argentine director Anahí Berneri, the Spanish producer Esther García, the Chinese director Jia Zhang-ke, the German costume designer Bina Daigeler, the American director of photography Matthew Libatique and a final jury yet to be confirmed. . The incorporation of actress Julie Gayet was scheduled, but at the last moment he has suspended his presence in San Sebastián "for professional reasons".

The jury of the Kutxabank-New Directors section will be made up of the Italian writer and programmer Carlo Chatrian, director of the Locarno Festival, (president), the Spanish critic Eulàlia Iglesias Huix, the Chilean filmmaker Pablo Álvarez, the British journalist and art curator Isabel Stevens and the Portuguese actress Victória Guerra.

The president of the Horizontes Latinos jury, the Spanish actress Inma Cuesta, will agree on the awarding of the Horizontes Award with the Argentine filmmaker Andrés Di Tella and the programmer of the Sundance Festival Shari Frilot.

In its first competitive edition, Zabaltegi-Tabakalera will have a jury composed of the Spanish filmmaker Virgina García del Pino (president), the Uruguayan filmmaker Federico Veiroj and a third member pending confirmation.

The writer Anjel Lertxundi will chair the jury for the Irizar Basque Film Award. The interpreter and composer Maite Arroitajauregi (Mursego) and the filmmaker Jon Garaño will help you decide the best Zinemira film.

With this poster, it only remains to attend and enjoy another great edition of one of the most renowned film festivals in the world.

San Sebastian International Film Festival 2016

28th Live Music Market of Vic
From September 14 to 18

Thursday, September 8, 2016

28th Live Music Market of Vic

The Mercat de Música Viva de Vic is a professional meeting point that brings together all sectors of the music industry.

Since 1989, every September and for four days, agents from all areas of music, from all over the world, come to Vic to learn about new proposals, attend forums, exchange knowledge and buy and sell music.

The MMVV has built a bridge between continents, whereby culture and musical initiatives cross in both directions. Based in southern Europe, MMVV creates international networks of professionals and creates new spaces for creation by fostering collaboration between artists from around the world.

At the state level, Vic is the platform for all the Autonomous Communities that present their groups, create complicities and spaces for cooperation and exchange, within the framework of a unique event throughout the Spanish territory.

In short, the Mercat de Música Viva de Vic is essential to discover the sounds that beat, mainly, in Catalonia, Spain and the Mediterranean arch, without forgetting the rest of the world.

The 28th of the MMVV consists of two types of stages: those that are located outdoors and are free to access and those that are located in closed areas and to access them you have to buy a ticket.

Here you can see the full program.

28th Live Music Market of Vic

Santander International Festival
From August 6 to 31

Monday, August 1, 2016

Today begins, with an extraordinary and free concert, one of the most representative theater, music and dance festivals in the Cantabrian area

Santander International Festival

The Festival, due to its history, trajectory, present and future, is undoubtedly one of the cultural references of the summer in Santander and a large part of the towns of Cantabria, and also has an important projection outside the region. It is one of the flagship festivals in the summer programming in Spain.

The Santander International Festival was born with the idea of providing a cultural offer to foreign students who attended the Menéndez Pelayo International University.

It was in 1952, and thanks to the impulse of Ataúlfo Argenta and the one who was the first director of the José Manuel Riancho festival, when he settled in La Porticada. Stall by day, and magical and unique stage at night, the greatest artists of the 20th century have paraded through it, both in music, dance and theater, and it was the axis around which all the cultural offerings of the region. On August 30, 1990 with the participation of the Norwegian Chamber Orchestra and Mstislav Rostropovich the stage of the Porticada Square is closed and the Palace of Festivals is his heir since 1991.

An extraordinary concert by the Principality of Asturias Symphony Orchestra with its conductor Oliver Díaz will be held tonight from 10:00 p.m.

Retransmission on an outdoor screen located in the Gamazo area and streaming transmission.

Free admission with invitation until full capacity is reached. Invitations can be picked up (up to a maximum of two per person) at the Mercado del Este box office since last July 26.

Officially the festival will begin on August 6 with the screening of the documentary "BACH, a passionate life" and the concert "Passion according to St. Matthew of Bach" by J. E. Gardiner.

You can consult the full festival program at the following link:
Santander International Festival Program

Symphony Orchestra of the Principality of Asturias

International Festival of Theater, Music and Dance of San Javier

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

International Festival of Theater, Music and Dance of San Javier

The San Javier International Festival of Theater, Music and Dance, declared of Regional Tourist Interest, began its journey in 1969 thanks to the initiative of a group of theater fans who staged their works on a small stage in a small room with chairs of wood.

Over time, the regional theater groups gave way to the important national and international companies; the provisional and tiny enclosure, to a magnificent auditorium, and this festival became one of the most important attractions of the cultural offer that the Region of Murcia offers in summer, rubbing shoulders with the best festivals that are celebrated in Spain (Mérida, Almagro ...).

The San Javier Theater, Music and Dance festival has become a mandatory meeting point for all those fans of these disciplines who come together every year in August at the Almansa de San Javier Park Auditorium.

Forty-six years of history, twelve directors, more than two hundred premieres, more than four thousand actors, approximately three hundred and fifty thousand spectators, some nine hundred sound and lighting technicians, around eight hundred hours of spectacle and countless moments of sensations and good vibes. They meet in a magical setting that, in the open air, shows us the best shows on August nights.

From the Moscow Ballet, to Cristina Hoyos, through Julio Bocca, Mario Gas, Marcel Marceau, Marianne Faithfull, La Fura dels Baus, Paco de Lucía, Joan Manuel Serrat and Ricardo Miralles, La Cuadra de Sevilla, Comediants, Rafael Amargo, Teatro de la Abadía, Juan Carlos Rubio, Dagoll Dagom… These are some of the names linked to the most recent history of the festival.

The festival will be held from August 3 to 23 and presents a total of 14 shows, 8 theater, one for family audiences, 3 music, including the return of La Fura dels Baus, as well as a concert exclusive to Miguel Poveda, and one for dance, with 12 soloists from the Compañía Nacional de Danza to which are added two other shows outside the auditorium, one for the circus in the Plaza de España, in San Javier, and another on the street in the Paseo Colon in Santiago de la Ribera.

The 47th edition of the Festival will begin on August 3 with "La estupidez", a work by the Argentine author, little represented in Spain, Rafael Spregelburd set in Las Vegas. The play that has actors Toni Costa and Fran Perea in the cast, directed by Fernando Soto, is a kind of road-movie adapted to the theater that tells five parallel stories that intersect becoming one.

International Festival of Theater, Music and Dance of San Javier

Olite Classical Theater Festival

Friday, July 22, 2016

It will take place from today, July 22, until next August 6

Festival de Teatro Clásico de Olite - RETOM

The Olite Palace, an extraordinary Gothic monument, housed the court of King Carlos III. In that place, art and culture flourished and from its battlements the courtiers contemplated the games of arms or with bulls that took place in La Cava.


Today, La Cava continues to be a space where the best theatrical productions are represented, those that have not yet been seen in Navarra and that make up an attractive, sometimes risky program of proposals that have their creative starting point in the classical. In addition to the programming of shows that sometimes leave the main stage to occupy other spaces within the castle itself or on the streets of the city, the festival includes other activities, such as workshops and courses.

The commitment to new languages, shows for family audiences and the occupation of the street as a first-rate stage space is one of the hallmarks of the Olite Classical Theater Festival as well as the participation of a good number of agents from the theater sector of the provincial community and the collaboration of the Olite City Council and its most dynamic agents.

The Olite Classical Theater Festival begins in the second half of July and runs until the beginning of August, including at least three weekends in its calendar.

Check the schedule for this edition

IBERESCENA Grants 2016/2017

Thursday, July 14, 2016

Submission of applications until September 30, 2016

From 04/11/2016 to 09/30/2016

The Ibero-American Fund for Iberescena Aid executes a program to promote, exchange and integrate the activity of the Ibero-American performing arts, with the aim of promoting in the Member States and through financial aid, the creation of a space for the integration of the Arts Scenic.

The application period for Iberescena 2016/2017 grants is open from April 10 to September 30, 2016.


- Grants for the co-production of Ibero-American shows

- Grants for networks, festivals and scenic spaces

- Aid for Ibero-American scenic creation in residence

IBERESCENA Grants 2016/2017

Last year, the Intergovernmental Committee of the Iberescena Program (CII), which met in the city of Montevideo (Uruguay), granted financial aid in its different forms of participation for a total value of 1,045,278 euros. These were awarded as follows:

- 27 grants for the co-production of theater, dance and circus shows

- 43 grants to festivals, networks and circuits

- 38 grants for dramaturgical and choreographic creation

Applications can be processed through the platform enabled on the web and in a traditional way through paper. For more information, you can consult the complete bases in: call bases.

One of the most important Theater Festivals of the year is back

Monday, July 4, 2016

This Thursday, July 7 and until July 31, the thirty-ninth edition of the Almagro International Classical Theater FESTIVAL will be held.

Almagro International Classical Theater Festival 2016

This festival held in a historic city of La Mancha and which has become an unmissable event for all theater lovers, celebrates its 39th edition.

The company in charge of inaugurating this edition will be Puja Teatro Aéreo, coinciding with the IV Centenary of the death of Miguel de Cervantes, presents its new staging of theater, movement, aerial acrobatics and live music based on the inner journey of Don Quijote de la Mancha and his faithful squire.

The initiatory journey that explains the history of this current HERO: a dreamer and a guide, a necessary guide in a world in crisis and asleep in human values.

A vindication of the ideals and the necessity of utopia.

As the good old Sancho tells Quixote on his deathbed, that perhaps the madman was not him but the world in which he had lived.

The program can be consulted through the official page at the following link:

Artists take to the streets to celebrate Music Day

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

- The main Spanish cities celebrate the European Music Day this week.

- The music industry has suffered in recent years the economic crisis and VAT.

- Barcelona and Madrid host a concert in favor of refugees.

European Music Day

This Tuesday, June 21, the European Music Day is celebrated (a tradition started in 1982 by our French neighbors), a great opportunity to support and defend the Spanish music industry. An industry that has suffered in recent years due to the economic crisis and laws such as the increase in cultural VAT, and that is recovering little by little by betting on new forms of consumption by citizens.

In a country where piracy is finally declining and users who decide to pay to listen to music online are growing, record companies try to reach the young market through social networks. Festivals such as those organized this week by the main cities of the country allow thousands of people to listen to their favorite artists in concert. We review the activities that some of these cities have prepared.

Madrid. The capital opens the Madrid Music City festival this Tuesday. During this week there will be activities in Matadero and the Conde Duque cultural center around music, with exhibitions, debates or cinema. Saturday will be the icing on the cake with the MMC Fest, an event that will be held in the Matadero square that will feature performances by Soleá Morente, Imelda May, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Molotov Jukebox and Parov Stelar.

The Retiro pond will host the last concert of the Classical x Contemporary cycle on Tuesday. Under the motto "Music saves us", the Fourth and Tenth Symphonies by Gustav Mahlers will be played, for piano for 4 hands.

On the night of the 21st, in the La Riviera room at 7:00 p.m., the new edition of the # MiMúsicaTuRefugio festival will also take place, a charity macroconcert in favor of organizations that help refugees who want to enter Europe. Andrés Suárez, Depedro and Rozalén among other artists will participate in the Madrid edition. The entrance has a price of 15 euros.

Barcelona. The # MiMúsicaTuRefugio concert will also have its Barcelona version, with the same objective, but this time in the Apolo hall. Amaral, Delafé, Elefantes, Joana Serrat, La Pegatina, Maika Makovski and Sidonie will play from 8:00 p.m. on the 21st.

The Barcelona Symphony Orchestra will offer a concert the same day on Sant Sebastiá beach at 8.30 pm, with works by Beethoven, Copland, Mendelssohn and Dvorak.

Andalucía. The Institute of Culture and the Arts of Seville has organized, as every year, about thirty musical activities. Different musicians from the Royal Symphony Orchestra of Seville will play in public spaces in the capital, such as Plaza Nueva or Plaza de la Encarnación. At the Puerta de Jerez from 6:00 p.m., young people will be able to enjoy the No Festival, a free event in which local bands participate.

Musical events will also take place in the city of Cádiz this week, including a Micro Open session on Friday 24.

Valencia. The Levantine city will pay tribute to the Music Day on the 24th and 25th, at the Cerati Café –where the concerts will be free– and at the Deluxe Pop Club, with the participation of Moonflower and Doctor Lobo at a price of 3 euros.


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