A singular coming together of talents, Redes, commissioned by a progressive Mexican government, was cowritten and shot by photographer Paul Strand, with a recently recorded score by Mexican composer Silvestre Revueltas. ... Read More
Based on the autobiography of noted music executive André Midani, Do vinil ao download (From Vinyl to Download) explores Brazilian music throughout his five-decade career through informal gatherings and jam sessions at his home, featuring Caetano Veloso, Jorge Ben Jor, Gilberto Gil, and Marisa Monte, among other luminaries of the industry. ... Read More
On May 16, novelist Francisco Goldman discusses The Interior Circuit: A Mexico City Chronicle, his personal memoir on two crucial years in both his own life and that of his adopted city. ... Read More
Argentine lutenist/vihuelist Ariel Abramovich and soprano María Cristina Kiehr, who form Armonía Concertada, imagine a lute and voice program drawn from existing polyphonic music, a common practice in the Renaissance. The concert features works by Juan Vásquez, Adrian Willaert, Jacques Arcadelt, and Mateo Flecha. ... Read More
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Council of the Americas will hold a private luncheon with Federico Sturzenegger, president of the Central Bank of Argentina.
Council of the Americas will hold an off-the-record discussion with Carlos Fernández Valdovinos, governor of the Central Bank of Paraguay. He will discuss the Paraguayan economy and prospects for the year ahead. ... Read More
Join the Chief Curator of the Medellín Museum of Modern Art (MAMM), Emiliano Valdés, in a talk about the MAMM's changes and the role of museums in transforming societies as part of the ICI's Curator's Perspective series. ... Read More