Sing through Spain on October 8th in London!

ECHOES FESTIVAL | Family Concert: Singing Through Spain with the Aglaia Trio
Sun 8 October 2017, 3.30pm
St Saviour’s Church
St George’s Square, Lupus Street, Pimlico
London
SW1V 3QW
United Kingdom

‘A unique exploration of the deep roots and luscious branches of the ‘Spanish soul’ transformed into music.’ El Mundo

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Known for their engaging performances, vivid storytelling, original compositions and creative collaborations, the Aglaia Trio take their audience on an exciting musical journey through Spain. In this accessible, fun and interactive family concert aimed at 6-11-year-olds, the trio perform some of Spain’s most beloved songs by celebrated composers such as Falla, Lorca and Rodrigo as well as cherished folk songs in diverse regional languages and styles.

The Aglaia Trio

Gerónimo Giménez ‘Zapateado’ from La Tempranica
Federico García Lorca Los Reyes de la Baraja | Los cuatro muleros
Manuel de Falla ‘Asturiana’ from Suite populaire espagnole
Francisco Javier Jáuregui Basatxoritxu

SNEAK PEEK! Click HERE to watch a video clip | Click HERE to listen to an audio clip

This event is part of Echoes Festival 2017 organised by ILAMS and the Instituto Cervantes

TICKETS

Children must be accompanied by an adult
Advance bookings £16 | £12 Concessions | £4 Children (up to 15 yrs) | £10 Members of ILAMS / IC
On the door £20 | £16 Concessions | £8 Children (up to 15 yrs) | £14 Members of ILAMS / IC

BOOKINGS

0800 411 8881 (lines open 24/7)
brownpapertickets.com

MORE INFO

echoesfestival.co.uk

My thanks to Helen Glaisher-Hernández for bringing this event to my attention. Helen is Artistic Director of the Iberian & Latin American Music Society – helenglaisher@ilams.org.uk –www.ilams.org.uk

Jim

Jim Porter is a co-founder of Speekee®, the most comprehensive Spanish for kids learning program ever to appear online. Jim’s work includes this homeschool Spanish curriculum and this homeschool Spanish curriculum (not a misprint – he wrote two!) and this Primary School Spanish curriculum.

Jim began his Spanish learning journey in 1990. He has been a language teacher since 1994 and he lives in sunny southern Spain. He has two bilingual children. More…

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