Posts Tagged 'Venezuela'
The Latin America 2011 Conference is the perfect opportunity to find out the latest developments in Latin America with speakers from Venezuela, Cuba, Nicaragua, Colombia, Honduras, Bolivia, Brazil, Ecuador, Argentina and across the continent.
twenty21 challenges expectations of live performance. Juxtaposing the theatrical with the absurd and the spiritual with the mundane, their repertoire is chosen to entertain as well as enlighten. In this concert twenty21 take you on a musical journey to explore
Three of London’s fiinest Latin music exponents are appearing at the Roundhouse on November 7th. If you were hoping for a tailor-made introduction to London’s Latin music scene you couldn’t ask for a better line-up than this. Ware, Ruby and
The CASA Latin American Theatre Festival returns for 2011, premiering six new works from theatre companies based in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica and Venezuela. The festival will take place from Monday 17th October until Sunday 23rd, and will also include the Nuestra CASA Scratch Festival, offering emerging artists the opportunity to display their work.
A company of twenty-five dancers and ten musicians take flamenco, Middle Eastern belly dancing, African percussion, Venezuelan joropo, Caribbean calypso and modern salsa in Venezuela Viva, an exhilarating production at the London Palladium.
Acclaimed soloist and recording artist Clara Rodriguez performs together with highly regarded artists specialising in Latin-American chamber music. Flautist Efrain Oscher leads the Bolívar Soloists and has just recorded the CD México! with tenor Rolando Villazón; Cristóbal Soto is the
Copa America 2011 has started and, already, it’s not looking great for the hosts Argentina. After drawing their first two games their tournament is in the balance! And Brazil aren’t faring much better! Thankfully, to watch all the games this summer you can head down to Guanabara or Bar Kick.