Events on September 29, 2017

Events 1–16 of 22

Javier Perianes in Los Angeles Philharmonicin 5 days
  • Music
  • Los Angeles

Javier Perianes in Los Angeles Philharmonic

Piano sensation Javier Perianes makes his Walt Disney Concert Hall and Los Angeles Philharmonic debuts, featuring music from Mozart’s final year, 1791.

Sep 29 – Oct 1, 2017

Shipwrecked! Preserving Our Underwater Heritagein 5 days
  • Heritage
  • Washington, D.C.

Shipwrecked! Preserving Our Underwater Heritage

This audiovisual exhibit unveils the untold stories of Spanish shipwrecks found on US coasts.

Sep 29 – Oct 29, 2017

Flamenco Arts Festival 2017in 4 days
  • Performing arts
  • Los Angeles

Flamenco Arts Festival 2017

The 18th season of the Flamenco Arts Festival in Santa Barbara features artist Patricia Guerrero in the U.S. Premiere of “Upclose.”

Sep 28 – Oct 1, 2017

Mujeres de Cine: Traveling Spanish Film Showcase Made by Womentomorrow
  • Film
  • Washington, D.C.

Mujeres de Cine: Traveling Spanish Film Showcase Made by Women

“Mujeres de Cine: Traveling Spanish Film Showcase Made by Women” is an initiative created in 2010 with the purpose of boosting and spreading Spanish films and short films made by women.

Sep 25 – Oct 9, 2017

Organum Choir in New Yorknow
  • Music
  • New York

Organum Choir in New York

The choir performs works from Vivaldi, Manuel de Falla and Angel Feltrer in two separate concerts at St. John Divine Cathedral and at La Nacional.

Sep 24 – Sep 29, 2017

Eat Spain Up!now
  • Culinary Arts
  • Washington, D.C.

Eat Spain Up!

“Eat Spain Up!” is a cultural initiative that brings the food and culture of Spain to Washington, D.C. audiences –a journey into Spain and its regions through its foods, culinary traditions and new gastronomic innovation.

Sep 22 – Oct 29, 2017

Spain’s Eleven & Estrada Design Kitchennow
  • Design
  • Washington, D.C.

Spain’s Eleven & Estrada Design Kitchen

A double exhibit on Design & Food by Spanish designer Manuel Estrada will serve as the framework for “Eat Spain Up!,” a month-long program of activities about gastronomy and Spain.

Sep 22 – Oct 29, 2017

5 Books of Artistnow
  • Visual arts
  • Chicago

5 Books of Artist

Five international artists come together in a common exhibition where each one has chosen a part of the “Diary of a Newlywed Poet” for his graphical interpretation.

Sep 20 – Oct 31, 2017

Zurbarán: Jacob and his twelve sonsnow
  • Visual arts
  • Dallas

Zurbarán: Jacob and his twelve sons

A series of thirteen monumental canvases by Spanish Golden Age Master Francisco de Zurbarán, will come to the United States for the first time in 2017 and 2018.

Sep 17 – Jan 7, 2018

2017 Chicago Architecture Biennialnow
  • Architecture
  • Chicago

2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial

Architects from Barcelona and Madrid will be showcasing their creative projects in this year’s Chicago Architecture Biennial, entitled “Make New History.”

Sep 16 – Jan 7, 2018

Jaume Plensa at Richard Gray Gallerynow
  • Visual arts
  • Chicago

Jaume Plensa at Richard Gray Gallery

Richard Gray Gallery announces two exhibitions of works by Spanish artist Jaume Plensa: “Secret Garden” located at Gray Warehouse, and “One Thought Fills Immensity” at the Gallery’s Hancock space.

Sep 14 – Nov 11, 2017

Jesús Chamizo, the Architect of Imagesnow
  • Visual arts
  • Chicago

Jesús Chamizo, the Architect of Images

Spanish photographer Jesús Chamizo is best known for his architecture series, building images based on the emotions that space produces through lines, angles, light, perspectives and shapes.

Sep 14 – Oct 30, 2017

Daniel Canogar: Echonow
  • Visual arts
  • New York

Daniel Canogar: Echo

“Echo” is Daniel Canogar’s third solo exhibition in New York, featuring the U.S. premiere of his flexible screen sculpture series.

Sep 8 – Oct 14, 2017

Proof: Francisco Goya, Sergei Eisenstein, Robert Longonow
  • Visual arts
  • New York

Proof: Francisco Goya, Sergei Eisenstein, Robert Longo

Spanish artist Francisco Goya (1746–1828), Russian filmmaker Sergei Eisenstein (1898–1948), and contemporary American artist Robert Longo (born 1953) each witnessed a turbulent transition from one era to another and the profound repercussions of revolution, war, and civil unrest.

Sep 8 – Jan 7, 2018

Don Juan Tenorionow
  • Performing arts
  • Washington, D.C.

Don Juan Tenorio

A sensual and contemporary retelling of Don Juan’s burning passions, brimming with poetic text and echoes of romantic and religious dramas.

Sep 7 – Oct 1, 2017

Recent Work: Pygmalion Effect by Almudena Rodrigueznow
  • Visual arts
  • Chicago

Recent Work: Pygmalion Effect by Almudena Rodriguez

Having lived in Spain, Mexico and currently living in the United States, artist Almudena Rodriguez shares her fascination with the cross-cultural pollination of ideas and materials.

Sep 5 – Oct 31, 2017