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CULTURAL ACTIVITIES SEPTEMBER – DECEMBER 2011

09/07/2011

International award-winning shows

  1. POETRY AT THE PICASSO

Joan Margarit Date: Tuesday 6th September Time: 21:00h Seats: 50 Location: The garden

Ana Rossetti Date: Tuesday 13th September Time: 21:00h Seats: 50 Location: The garden

José María Prieto Date: Tuesday 20th September Time: 21:00h Seats: 50 Location: The garden

Abderrahman El-Fatih Date: Tuesday 27th September Time: 21:00h Seats: 50 Location: The garden

  1. CHILDREN AT THE PICASSO.

A BOXFUL OF SURPRISES

Museo Picasso Málaga presents its fourth season of Children at the Picasso. A Boxful of Surprises. The Autumn 2011 series focuses on a special theme: paper, and the numerous possibilities it can provide for theatre.

Paper can be used as the support for the written word, drawing or engraving";" but it can also be used to build things, and it can be modelled, cut and used in many different ways. All of these options can be put to use on stage.

The programme comprises four international award-winning shows by companies from Slovenia, Italy and Spain who all use paper as their main theatrical element. For all these shows, this will be their premiere in Malaga.

This series of shows brings together some of the most representative performing art projects for children aged 2 to 12 and for all the family.

October 9th, 16th and 23rd, 12.00 h Kraft Company: Bambalina Recommended age: 6 years upwards Show lasts 50mn

30th October and 6th November, 11.00h, 12.00h &amp";" 13.00h Brum Company: Drammatico Vegetale Recommended age: from 2 to 5 years Show lasts 30mn

13th, 20th and 27th November, 11.00h, 12.00h &amp";" 13.00h Ojo al pajarito (Watch the Birdie) Company: Teatro papelito Recommended age: 3 to 6 years Show lasts 25mn

4th, 11th &amp";" 18th December, 12.00h Papirus (Papyrus) Company: Xirriquiteula teatre Recommended age: 5 years upwards Show lasts 55mn

All tickets 6 euros Advance ticket sales at the museum box office and at www.unientradas.es Tickets on sale at the Auditorium box office one hour before each show. No admittance once the show has begun.

  1. 5th CYCLE OF CHAMBER MUSIC

Once again this year the fifth Cycle of Chamber Music, organized by the Orquesta Filarmónica de Málaga, has drawn up an ambitious programme comprising of some of the choicest pieces from the Western chamber music repertoire, ranging from Bach to Messiaen. The format has expanded this year from five to six concerts and, while the cycle still inevitably contains a number of still-potent highlights, such as Haydn (with four works in the overall programme), there are also others that are no less of a draw, or less significant, such as, for instance, Martinu, one of the most prolific 20th-century composers of chamber music, or the 70th anniversary of the premiere in Stalag VIII, in G&ouml";"rlitz concentration camp in Germany, of the Quartet for the End of Time, by Olivier Messiaen (15 January, 1941).

October 18th, 2011 MEDITERRANEAN STRING TRIO

Part one JOSEPH HAYDN&hellip";“&hellip”;“&hellip”;“… Divertimento n&ordm”;" 1 in G major, Hob. IV: 9 JOSEPH HAYDN&hellip";“&hellip”;“&hellip”;“… Divertimento n&ordm”;" 2 in A minor, Hob. IV: 10 L. van BEETHOVEN&hellip";“&hellip”;“&hellip”;“&hellip”;“&hellip”;“&hellip”;“&hellip”;“&hellip”;"… Duo for viola and cello, WoO32

Part two ERN&Ouml";" von DOHN&Aacute";“NYI&hellip”;“&hellip”;“&hellip”;“&hellip”;“…&hellip”;"… Serenade in C major for string trio, Op. 10

Elena Pachenco, violin Elena Cheburova, viola Robert Pytel, cello

November 8th, 2011 ATL&Aacute";"NTIDA SEXTET

Part one JOHANNES BRAHMS (1833-1897)&hellip";“&hellip”;“&hellip”;“&hellip”;“&hellip”;“&hellip”;“&hellip”;“…Sextet n&ordm”;" 1 in B-flat major, Op. 18 I. Allegro ma non troppo II. Andante ma moderato III. Scherzo: Allegro molto IV. Rondo: Poco allegrettoe grazioso

Part two ARNOLD SCHOENBERG (1874-1951)…Verkl&auml";"rte Nacht

José García Belmonte, violin Alejandro Tuñón, violin José María Ferrer, viola Gonzalo Castelló, viola César Jiménez, cello Leonardo Luckert, cello

February 7th, 2012 FLUTE, CELLO AND PIANO TRIO

Part one JOSEPH HAYDN (1732-1809)&hellip";“.&hellip”;"…Trio for flute, cello, and piano in G major I. Allegro II. Andante III. Finale: Allegro moderato

CARL M. von WEBER (1786-1826)&hellip";“…Trio for flute, cello, and piano in G minor, op. 63 I. Allegro moderato II. Scherzo: Allegro vivace III. Schl&auml”;"fers Klage: Andante expressivo IV. Finale: Allegro

Segunda parte BOHUSLAV MARTINU (1890-1959)&hellip";“&hellip”;“&hellip”;“&hellip”;“…&hellip”;"Trio for flute, cello, and piano, H. 300 I. Poco allegretto II. Adagio III. Andante. Allegretto scherzando

Frederick Ghijselinck, flute Tilman Mahrenholz, cello &Oacute";"scar Martín Castro, piano

March 6th, 2012 AUSTRI MUSICI

Part one JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH… Sonata n&ordm";" 3 for violin and harpsichord in E major BWV 1016 JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH… Sonata for violin and piano n&ordm";" 3 en D minor Op. 108

Part two OLIVIER MESSIAEN Quartet for the End of Time Commemorating the 70th anniversary of its premiere in Stalag VIII, in G&ouml";"rlitz concentration camp (Germany), on 15th January, 1941

I. Liturgie de cristal II. Vocalise, pour l&rsquo";“Ange qui annonce la fin du temps III. Abime des oiseaux IV. Interm&egrave”;“de V. Louange &agrave”;" l&rsquo";“Eternité de Jésus VI. Danse de la fureur, pour les sept trompettes VII. Fouillis d&rsquo”;“arcs-en-ciel, pour l&rsquo”;“Ange qui annonce la fin du Temps VIII. Louange &agrave”;" l&rsquo";"Immortalité de Jésus

Martín Blanes Gisbert, clarinet Georgy Panioushkin, violin Robert Pytel, cello Juan Ignacio Fernández Morales, piano

April 17th, 2012 MAINAKE QUARTET

Part one JOSEPH HAYDN (1732-1809)…Quartet in D minor, Op. 76 n&ordm";" 5 I. Allegretto II. Largo cantabile e mesto III. Menuetto: Allegro IV. Presto

FRANZ SCHUBERT (1797-1828)…Quartettsatz in C minor, D 703

Part two ANTONIN DVOR&Aacute";“K (1841-1904)…Quartet n&ordm”;" 12 in F major, Op. 96 &ldquo";“American&rdquo”;" I. Allegro ma non troppo II. Lento III. Molto vivace IV. Finale: Vivace ma non troppo

Nicolae Faureanu, violin Daniela Basno, violin Elena Cheburova, viola Michiel Struijk, cello

May 15th, 2012 MEMBERS OF ALBORAN QUINTETO AEOLUS QUARTET

Part one FRANZ A. BERWALD (1796-1868)&hellip";“&hellip”;“&hellip”;“&hellip”;“&hellip”;“&hellip”;“&hellip”;“&hellip”;“&hellip”;“&hellip”;“&hellip”;“&hellip”;“&hellip”;“&hellip”;"Grand septet in B-flat major I. Adagio-Allegro molto II. Poco adagio-Prestissimo-Adagio III. Finale: Allegro con spirito

Part two W. A. MOZART (1756-1791)…Octet in E-flat major (arr. Quintet KV 452) I. Largo-Allegro moderato II. Larghetto III. Rondo: Allegretto

Jozef Horvath, violin Evdokia Erchova, viola Tilman Mahrenholz, cello Szabolcs Korkos, bass Nicholas Harcourt-Smith, oboe Juan C. Subiela, clarinet Alexander Georguiev, horn Alberto Reig, bassoon All tickets 6 euros

Advance ticket sales at the museum box office and at www.unientradas.es Tickets on sale at the Auditorium box office one hour before each show. No admittance once the show has begun.

  1. FLAMENCO AT THE PICASSO

HUMOUR Museo Picasso Málaga presents its third cycle of Flamenco at the Picasso. The programme, which is coordinated by Marta Carrasco and Fernando Iwasaki and organized in conjunction with the Fundación Cristina Heeren de Arte Flamenco, brings together a series of performers whose art is directed at reflecting upon the relationship between humour and flamenco.

Flamenco has always been at odds with seriousness and solemnity, although when staged, the opposite would seem to be the case. From &ldquo";“Pericón&rdquo”;“, from Cádiz, to &ldquo”;“Cojo Peroche&rdquo”;" himself, flamenco artists have always been known for their irreverence and playfulness and their roguish comic ideas.

Yet despite its merry, laid-back spirit, flamenco has often been daubed as severe, or even tragic and unsettling. So the third edition of Flamenco at the Picasso is aimed at exploring everything in flamenco that is playful and cheeky, the humour and the double meanings, all of which will lend a comic flavour to Museo Picasso Málaga.

There is no antidote to humour, which is why artists have always employed sarcasm, irony and parody to denounce injustice, fight tyranny or ridicule authority. This Dionysian, Carnival-esque feel is an integral part of flamenco, and its performers have always shown that humour is a very serious affair.

This cycle of Flamenco at the Picasso wishes to pay tribute to the artists who have made humour one of the expressive elements of flamenco.

El sentido del doble sentido (The Meaning of Double Meanings) Talk by Felipe Benítez Reyes José de la Tomasa Dates: 4th November Day: Friday Time: 21:00h Seats: 172 Location: Auditorium

Por dos letras (Because of Two Letters) José Luis Ortiz Nuevo Presented by Marta Carrasco Dates: 16th December Day: Friday Time: 21:00h Seats: 172 Location: Auditorium

Flamenco tratado (Treating Flamenco) Choni &amp";" Cía Flamenca Presented by Fernando Iwasaki Dates: 3rd February Day: Friday Time: 21:00h Seats: 172 Location: Auditorium

Daniel er Travieso (Dennis the Menace, Flamenco-style) Niño de Pura Presented by Fernando Iwasaki Dates: 16th March Day: Friday Time: 21:00h Seats: 172 Location: Auditorium

Desplumados (Plucked). Fernando Romero and Ramón Martínez Presented by Marta Carrasco Dates: 20th April Day: Friday Time: 21:00h Seats: 172 Location: Auditorium

All tickets 6 euros Advance ticket sales at the museum box office and at www.unitickets.es Tickets on sale at the Auditorium box office one hour before each show. No admittance once the show has begun.

  1. SEMINAR AT THE PICASSO

THE ARTIST&rsquo";"S STUDIO

The seminar has been jointly organized by Museo Picasso Málaga and the Fondation Annette et Alberto Giacometti and Musée Rodin, with the cooperation of the Faculty of Fine Arts and School of Architecture of the University of Malaga (UMA).

Within the context of the Alberto Giacometti retrospective that will be held from October 2011 to January 2012, Museo Picasso Malaga is organizing the seminar The Artist&rsquo";“s Studio, in collaboration with the Fondation Annette et Alberto Giacometti and Musée Rodin. The seminar will deal with the subject of the artist&rsquo”;"s studio, and examine its importance as a creative and experimental space and even as a laboratory. The first introductory cycle will be an initial approach to, and general contextualization of, the subject from the point of view of the theorist, the architect and the film-maker.

This series of talks will be held at the Museum auditorium in Malaga, and in Paris. The provisional dates of the Malaga talks are as follows:

Wednesday, 19th October, 19:30h El estudio del artista. Una aproximación teórica. (The Artist&rsquo";"s Studio: A Theoretical Approach) Luis Puelles. Professor of Theory and Aesthetics. UMA.

Wednesday, 26th October, 19:30h El estudio del arquitecto. (The Architect&rsquo";"s Studio) Possible speakers: José Ramón Moreno. Director of the School of Architecture. UMA. Javier Boned. UMA Luis Tejedor. UMA

Wednesday, 2nd November, 19.30h El estudio de cine. (The Film Studio) Possible speakers: Luciano Berriatúa. Paris VIII University. Palmira González, University of Barcelona. Possible dates of the Paris sessions: 16th &amp";" 17th November 23rd &amp";" 24th November

Selection of Attendees: General public Students of UMA

Free registration. Registration period: from 19th September to 10th October. Candidates will be selected on the basis of their letter of presentation and curriculum. One transfer course credit will be given to accredit attendance. 140 places are available.