Day: June 9, 2021

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Plácido Domingo starts five encores on his return to the Spanish stages | Culture

Placido Domingo had not finished entering the stage of the National Auditorium when the audience exploded in applause. It was the welcome that the Madrid public has given the singer this Wednesday after a year and a half of absence on the Spanish stages due to the accusations of sexual harassment made against him by […]

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The Magnificent Five by Emmanuel Carrère | Culture

The adversary (2000). The hatching of Carrère. He had previously published classic novels – including the award-winning and disturbing A week in the snow– but it was the narration of the story of Jean-Claude Romand, who on January 9, 1993 murdered parents, children and wife, which ascended the French to the kingdom of heaven. It […]

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KBr de Barcelona: Garry Winogrand, a myth of photography also in color | Culture

Garry Winogrand’s photograph of a New York street (ca. 1967). The Estate of Garry Winogrand, courtesy Fraenkel Gallery San Francisco After the end of the Second World War in the United States there was a boom economic and social; a few years that gave way, already in the sixties, to a period of restlessness and […]

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The images of Garry Winogrand

The images of Garry Winogrand

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‘Berlanguiano. Luis García Berlanga (1921-2021) ‘: Berlanga, the mirror of Spain | Culture

In the photo you can see José Isbert playing the piano with the face of a virtuoso, Luis García Berlanga reading a newspaper folded as if it were a libretto and José Luis López Vázquez disguised as Groucho Marx and up on the wall piano nailing the usual gesture of pleasure from the New York […]

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Zahara: “I couldn’t imagine how healing it has been to hear other stories of abuse” | Culture

Zahara’s musical journey through his latest album, Puta, is proving “cathartic”. Not only for her, but also for the followers who are reflected in this work, which addresses the harassment and mistreatment that the singer suffered in her childhood and youth. “I could not imagine how healing it has been to listen to other stories,” […]

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‘Escribidores’: Malaga reaffirms its cultural commitment with an international literary festival | Culture

Moment of the presentation of the Escribidores festival, at the La Térmica cultural center.Garcia-Santos / El Pais Museums, cinema and also literature. Malaga seeks to consolidate its cultural character with the launch of Writers, a literary festival that this fall will bring together Mario Vargas Llosa, Mircea Cartarescu, Sara Mesa, Rosa Montero, Anne Weber and […]

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The San Sebastián jazz festival announces part of the line-up for its 2020 edition | Culture

Silvia Pérez Cruz sings at the 2014 Ondas gala.Massimiliano Minocri The Jazzaldia de San Sebastián festival has confirmed its edition of this year, which will run from July 22 to 26, and has announced part of its lineup, which, compared to what is usual in the appointment with the dean improvisation of the Spanish summer […]

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The Jazzaldia festival recovers its international dimension | Culture

Jazzaldia concert in a past edition, in the Plaza de la Trinidad in San Sebastián.Javier Hernandez The Jazzaldia de San Sebastián festival has presented its 2021 edition, which will run from July 21 to 25. The pianist Brad Mehldau, the singer Cécile McLorin Salvant, the keyboardist of post-bop Kenny Barron, the Israeli vocalist Noa, the […]

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Shirley Temple, the ‘goldilocks’ and ‘little miss miracle’ of cinema who became a US diplomat | Culture

Shirley Temple embodied in her childhood the prototype of what we now call broken toy: fame that annuls childhood, parents who run an unknown business, exorbitant economic income that disappears, interests of all and by all, use until slavery … and a career that little by little fades as the years go by and the […]

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