Adela María Bolet has an eclectic artistic career as a Spanish dancer, opera singer, and actor based on a wide-ranging international education in Europe and the Americas. Adela is a founding member of AENY – Spanish Artists in New York.
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AENY – Spanish Artists in New York
AENY – Spanish Artists in New York is a non-profit organization that promotes inter-disciplinary artistic collaborations and intends to build a cultural bridge between Spain and the United States.
AENY, the Spanish acronym for “Spanish Artists in New York”, is a multidisciplinary collective of Spanish artists joined by a common heritage and a mission to produce cutting-edge contemporary work that reflects the needs, longings and uncertainty of the cross-cultural society in which we live. AENY artists examine the overlaps and differences between Spain’s tradition and today’s New York City culture to create an enriching artistic dialog between the two places.
Allison Kadin is currently a Marketing Manager at BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music), overseeing the marketing strategy for main stage events since 2012.
Arthur Espinoza is a recognized leader in the arts, arts management, and non-profit consulting arenas. He recently completed three years as a mayoral appointee directing Washington DC’s Commission on the Arts and Humanities.
Ignacio Garcia-Bustelo is a New York based actor and stage director. He is a founding member and the Artistic Director of AENY – Spanish Artists in New York.
Iride Lamartina-Lens is a Professor of Spanish language, culture, translation, and literature. She is a Chair of Modern Languages at Pace University at the New York City campus. Co-editor of an English translation literary series Estreno Contemporary Spanish Plays.
Michael J. Palma – A lifelong and a second-generation resident of Harlem, Hamilton Heights, Mr. Palma has been a community activist all his adult life. Mr. Palma divides his time between work in the theater and photography as well as being an advocate for a better quality of life in West Harlem.
Rafael Sánchez is the Assistant Producer at Repertorio Español (Spanish Repertory Theatre), a non-profit organization that has been performing Latin American, Spanish and Hispanic-American theatre in distinctive, quality productions, and bringing theatre to a broad audience in New York City.
Soraya Padraois an Award-winning Stage, Film and Television actress. Originally from Spain where she began her career, Soraya moved to New York in 2008 where she currently lives and works. Ms. Padrao is a founding member of AENY – Spanish Artists in New York.
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“These wordless scenes, mounted by the AENY-El Puente company, at the Duke on 42nd Street, evoke the peculiar disorientation and loneliness of navigating a new city.”
“Wearing Lorca’s Bowtie is a sincere, impressionistic, sometimes static, yet often powerful portrait of the lonesomeness of life in New York City.”
“Thanks to AENY’s excellent “experiment,” Lorca’s ghost is alive and well not only at the Duke on 42nd Street, but on the streets of New York.”