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You're viewing a list of 56 past events in Boston. Events published before May 2013 can be found in our archives.

Frontiers in HIV: Sailing in the scientific perspective
  • Science
  • Boston

Frontiers in HIV: Sailing in the scientific perspective

The symposium gathers a groups of scientists experts in the field who will explore the current situation of the HIV research.

Dec 8, 2019

Quixote Nuevo
  • Performing arts
  • Boston

Quixote Nuevo

One of Spanish literature’s most vibrant and memorable characters, Cervantes’ “Don Quixote” is brought to life in a poetic and amusing adaption of the classic novel.

Nov 15 – Dec 8, 2019

Staging Spanish Theater in Translation: A Roundtable with José Manuel Mora
  • Performing arts
  • Boston

Staging Spanish Theater in Translation: A Roundtable with José Manuel Mora

This roundtable reflects on the process of staging a translation of José Manuel Mora’s award-winning play, “The Nocturnal Swimmers.”

Oct 30, 2019

José María Merino and Ana Merino in conversation
  • Literature
  • Boston

José María Merino and Ana Merino in conversation

José María Merino and Ana Merino, father and daughter, will be talking about the act of reading, their literary inspirations, and their life experiences from the perspective of each one’s age and gender, in a conversation presented by professor José M. del Pino.

Oct 24, 2019

Vetusta Morla 2019 North American Tour in Boston
  • Music
  • Boston

Vetusta Morla 2019 North American Tour in Boston

Vetusta Morla, one of the most recognizable bands on the independent music scene in Spain, comes to the U.S. to present their latest album.

Oct 1, 2019

Ricardo Gallén at Boston GuitarFest 2019
  • Music
  • Boston

Ricardo Gallén at Boston GuitarFest 2019

Distinguished Spanish guitarist Ricardo Gallén performs at the 14th edition of Boston GuitarFest which will take place June 24-30.

Jun 27, 2019

Women, Violence and the Inquisition
  • Heritage
  • Boston

Women, Violence and the Inquisition

This conference attempts to carry out a study on the situation of women in the New Spanish Inquisition.

Mar 21, 2019

Juanjo Mena conducts the Boston Symphony Orchestra
  • Music
  • Boston

Juanjo Mena conducts the Boston Symphony Orchestra

The popular Spanish conductor Juanjo Mena conducts Haydn, Mendelssohn and Janáček at the Boston Symphony Orchestra.

Jan 31 – Feb 5, 2019

Air Sea Land by Okuda San Miguel
  • Visual arts
  • Boston

Air Sea Land by Okuda San Miguel

Boston Seaport welcomes seven monumental sculptures by Spanish contemporary artist Okuda San Miguel.

Jan 1 – Dec 31, 2019

Juana la Loca at the 23rd Boston Ibero-American Film Festival
  • Film
  • Boston

Juana la Loca at the 23rd Boston Ibero-American Film Festival

The Boston Ibero-American Film Festival brings this year the award-winning film Juana la Loca, a love story full of passion, lies, and political motives.

Oct 16, 2018

De algún tiempo a esta parte by Max Aub in Boston
  • Performing arts
  • Boston

De algún tiempo a esta parte by Max Aub in Boston

Harvard University presents “De algún tiempo a esta parte”, a one-woman play by Max Aub, performed in Spanish by Esther Lázaro.

Oct 15, 2018

Camino de Santiago Film Festival 2018
  • Film
  • Boston

Camino de Santiago Film Festival 2018

The first edition of this film festival seeks to promote the Camino de Santiago through cinema and audiovisual installations.

Oct 12 – Oct 14, 2018

Rosana Antolí: Crossroads (Choreographies)
  • Visual arts
  • Boston

Rosana Antolí: Crossroads (Choreographies)

“Crossroads (Choreographies)” is a multidisciplinary project by London-based artist Rosana Antolí that explores the idea of movement through an art installation as well as video and performances.

May 24 – Jun 10, 2018

Crossroads: Identity, motion and migration
  • Visual arts
  • Boston

Crossroads: Identity, motion and migration

As part of the “Crossroads (Choreographies)” exhibition, curator Raquel Peula meets artist Rosana Antolí and other special guests in a discussion panel to explore the idea of movement from different disciplines.

May 23, 2018

The Beautiful Brain: The Drawings of Santiago Ramón y Cajal
  • Visual arts
  • Boston

The Beautiful Brain: The Drawings of Santiago Ramón y Cajal

This traveling exhibition is the first major presentation of Spanish neuroscientist’s pioneering drawings of the brain and brain cells, and also features contemporary visualizations that illuminate the impact of Cajal’s early work on modern day neuroscience.

May 3 – Dec 31, 2018

Flamenco Festival on Tour: Boston
  • Performing arts
  • Boston

Flamenco Festival on Tour: Boston

Flamenco Festival tours the U.S., bringing Eva Yerbabuena’s “¡Ay!” and Ballet Flamenco Jesús Carmona’s “Impetu’s” to Boston.

Mar 10 – Mar 11, 2018