CAMBRIDGE SPANISH CENTRE
FRIDAY 19th January at 6pm
Cine de Barrio / Free Movie Screening in Spanish with English subtitles.
“100 Metros” (100 Metres)
Told with drama, humour and above all, humanity, 100 METERS is an inspiring tale which explores people’s capacity to overcome even the seemingly impossible.
Based on the incredible true story of a Spanish man with multiple sclerosis who tried to finish an Iron-Man: 3,8 km swimming, 180 km cycling and 42 km running. And he was told that he could not make 100 metres.
Writer & Director: Marcel Barrena.
Stars: Dani Rovira, Karra Elejalde, Alexandra Jiménez
Come join us on Friday 19 January at 6 pm.
No booking required but limited number of seats.
FREE TALK: Wednesday 24th January 6pm
José Rizal Filipino Polymath and National Hero
Wednesday 14th February
Blind Wine Tasting in collaboration with Alliance Francaise
PAST CULTURAL EVENTS
FRIDAY 24th November at 6pm
No booking required, Limited places- First arrived first served.
Also Known As: The Invisible Guest (2016)
Every story has two sides.The truth, only one.
Nominated to 17 Goya Awards for Goya
While the clock is ticking, with the aid of a witness preparation expert, a successful entrepreneur accused of murder has less than three hours to come up with an impregnable defence. (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4857264/)
FREE TALK: LA ZARZUELA
Friday 17th Nov at 6:30pm
Free Talk by Carlos de la Riva, Tutor in Latin American History
LA ZARZUELA Friday 17th November at 6:30pm.
Conducted in English
Zarzuela is a Spanish Lyric-dramatic genre that alternates between spoken and sung scenes, the latter incorporating operatic and popular song, as well as dance.
Carlos de la Riva will present two Zarzuelas from the Spanish light operatic genre to highlight the music and language of the period. The talk will be backed by written material in the original language to help those with basic and moderate level of Spanish.
This is a lyric-dramatic genre that alternates between spoken and sung scenes. The name derives from a Royal hunting lodge, the Palacio de la Zarzuela near Madrid. In 18th-century Bourbon Spain, Italian artistic style dominated the arts and Zarzuelas, though still written to Spanish texts, changed to accommodate the Italian vogue.
FRIDAY 15th September at 6pm
No booking required, Limited places- First arrived first served.
Free Movie Projection
FRIDAY 9 NOVEMBER 2016, 6 p.m.
FILM: ALTAMIRA (in Spanish with English subtitles)
At Cambridge Spanish Centre (Not-for-profit)
A historical drama in which Hugh Hudson and Antonio Banderas team up to tell the troubled history of Spain’s Altamira cave paintings.
“In 1868, Marcelino Sautuola (Antonio Banderas), discovers Patheolitic paintings inside Spain’s Altamira’s caves. As Sautuola tries to expose the discovery to the academic world, he’s met with skeptics claimng he created the paintings to get rich, and spends the rest of his life trying to prove them wrong”. Amongst the skeptics is a high churchman, played with “a wildly improbable, sinister lasciviousness by Rupert Everett, who gamely seeks to sidestep one caricature but only finds another to replace it”.
Director: Hugh Hudson
Cast: Antonio Banderas, Rupert Everett, Henry Goodman, Nicholas Farrell, Clément Sibony, Javivi, in amongst others.
FREE EVENT– donations accepted to help with the Centre’s service provision to our clients.
Limited number of places – book early to avoid disappointment.
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Saturday 8 October 2016, 7 p.m.
Piano Recital and Coral Music In Celebration of Hispanic World Day:
Samira Tabraue, Jacquie McBride and The Orwell Singers
Emmanuel United Reformed Church
Tickets £10 (£6 Children)
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Cambridge Spanish Centre in collaboration with Samira Tabraue El Jaber Present:
Samira Tabraue El Jaber, playing piano pieces from Spanish and Latin American composers, representing their musical cultures.
October 17th 2014
To Celebrate Hispanic World Day “El Día de la Hispanidad” (12th October)
At Little St. Mary’s, Cambridge.
Samira Tabraue El Jaber will play piano pieces from Spanish and Latin American composers, representing their musical cultures.
- Enrique Granados
- Joaquín Turina
- Ernesto Lecuona
- Alberto Ginastera
- Frederic Mompou
- Padre Soler
- Isaac Albéniz
Ms. Tabraue is a professional classical pianist educated at the Music University Vienna. She has given solo recitals in Austria, England, Spain, and the U.S., and has taught at the Rivers Conservatory of Music in Weston, MA; The Royal Academy of Music, London; and St John’s College School in Cambridge, U.K. Her repertoire ranges from Baroque to contemporary music but her programmes have also featured late Classic and German Romantic composers including Beethoven, Schumann, and Schubert.
To visit her website please go to: http://www.samiratabraue.com/.
Venue: Little St. Mary’s, Trumpington St, Cambridge CB2 1QG
Ticket Price: £12 (including a glass of wine)
If you would like to reserve a place for our Piano Recital, you can do so by making a Bank Transfer to: The Alliance Françise, (a/c 70454125, sort code 20-17-35) , quoting your surname and “Spanish October Piano Recital” as a reference.
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Cambridge Big Weekend 2014
To see our photos from The Cambridge Big Weekend have a look at the clip below:
Cambridge Spanish Centre is very pleased to be taking part in this year’s Cambridge Big Weekend (4th -7th July), particularly on Sunday 6th July, when we bring you two wonderful performances:
We’d like to thank these excellent performers for agreeing to co-operate with our Spanish Centre.Come and visit us in the Dance and World-Music marquees to enjoy some truly fantastic Hispanic-themed dance and music performances!
Open Day – July 12th
Cambridge Spanish Centre invites you to our Open Day on Saturday 12th July 2014.
Our classes are taught only by native speakers from Spain and Latin America, with many years’ experience of teaching Spanish. We offer group classes as well as one-to-one private tuition. We work alongside the Alliance Française, using their premises on 60 Hills Road, close to the city centre and the railway station.
Whatever your age or nationality, learn Spanish and speak the language across frontiers!
Come to visit us and talk to us about how we can help you with Spanish!