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GIVE ME A DAMN STAGE!: Dias Estupendos + Staged Reading Series

In Members,News,Projects,Theater by adminAENY / November 29, 2013 / 0 Comments

Dias EstupendosJanuary 8th through January 19th 2014, at IATI Theater

AENY – Spanish Artists in New York and IATI Theater, with the support of Spain Culture New York – Consulate General of Spain, will present the American premiere of Días Estupendos (Wonderful Days) by Alfredo Sanzol, along with the second edition of the Staged Reading Series – Give me a Damn Stage!

Días Estupendos is an award-wining play constructed as a series of sketches, evoking memories from the summertime and examining the fantasies that are projected when we stray from the routine of daily life. Directed by Ignacio Garcia-Bustelo, the production runs January 8th through January 19th, 2014 at IATI Theater renovated space, 64 East 4th Street in New York City.

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AENY, in collaboration with Instituto Cervantes, presents PLAY LOUD! Chamber Music Festival

In Members,Music,News,Projects by adminAENY / November 18, 2013 / 0 Comments

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December 9th to December 11th 2013, at Instituto Cervantes NYC

AENY – Spanish Artists in New York proudly presents PLAY LOUD! Chamber Music Festival in collaboration with the Instituto Cervantes .

This inaugural edition, directed by Guillermo Laporta, is set to launch at the Cervantes Institute headquarters in New York City, running December 9th through December 11th, and comprises an eclectic program with three innovative ensembles exploring the intersections between music and story in their own particular way.

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Action Movie Workshop

In Film,Members,News,Training by adminAENY / September 16, 2013 / 0 Comments

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AENY – Spanish Artists in New York, in continuing with its mission of creating a cultural bridge between Spain and the US, has helped coordinate an Action Movie Workshop by the prestigious KEYSI WORLD  group (Spain), to be hosted at the Susan Batson Studio LLC. (US) here in New York.

We would like to invite you to the Press Conference that will take place this Friday, September 20th at 2pm. at the Susan Batson Studio, LLC. (300 West 43rd Street, 3rd Floor, Suite 300 – located between 8th and 9th Ave.) This informative session will allow anyone interested to ask questions and meet the team before signing up for the workshop.

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New AENY project coming soon!

In Members,Music,News,Projects by adminAENY / July 17, 2013 / 0 Comments

AENY – Spanish Artists in New York is set to launch their inaugural Chamber Music Festival at the Cervantes Institute in New York, running throughout the second week of December this year. The event will showcase the talents of musicians and composers from the member community, and highlight a handful of collaborations with artists from other disciplines. Be sure to check the website in the following weeks for more details regarding this Festival!

 

Meet Amara C. Pérez, dancer from A Coruña

In Dance,Interviews,Members,News by adminAENY / July 12, 2013 / 0 Comments

Composit Amara

Amara C. Perez

Amara Perez is a dancer from A Coruña, Spain. She is 28 years old, and moved to New York City two years and a half ago. Although she started her dancing career in classic ballet, she has now moved to a more contemporary style. She works with two dancing companies in New York:  Spark Movement Collective and The Next Stage Project, and continues her training with classes every day.

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Welcome to AENY’s next phase

In Members,News by adminAENY / June 20, 2013 / 0 Comments

Two years after the creation of AENY – Spanish Artists in New York- and following our two successful productions, “Wearing Lorca’s Bowtie” and the probe“Staged Reading Series”, we are ready to take the next step. In order to do that, we have introduced several changes into the organization.

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Promote your work through AENY

In Dance,Members,Music,News,Theater,Visual Arts by adminAENY / May 23, 2013 / 0 Comments

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AENY wants to give all the support available to help Spanish artists in New York. This is why we want to offer our members the opportunity to promote the works, exhibitions, and projects in which they are involved through AENY’s web presence. We will publish them on our website and social media platforms.

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Meet Leticia Salama, visual artist from Madrid

In Interviews,Members,Visual Arts by adminAENY / February 26, 2013 / 0 Comments

Leticia Salama

Leticia Salama

Leticia Salama is a painter artist from Madrid, Spain. She is 27 years old, and moved to New York City for the first time 3 years ago.  She classifies her art into two groups: on one hand, a more realistic one based in landscapes, and on the other hand, pop art and modern art. Now, she is working hard in New York to find her spot in the artistic world while starting a new professional career as a cook with her catering firm, Leti’s Catering

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Stage Reading Series “Give Me a Damn Stage!” a Success

In News,Theater by adminAENY / February 13, 2013 / 0 Comments

Composit Staged Reading Series

After the inaugural multidisciplinary production, “Wearing Lorca’s Bowtie”, AENY – Spanish Artists in New York has just finished the Staged Reading Series entitled “Give Me a Damn Stage!: Encounters with the Spanish new theatre wave.”

The production took place at Repertorio Español theatre in New York City, from October 2012 to January 2013, thanks to the collaboration of both groups and the support of Spain Culture New York – The Cultural Department of the Consulate General of Spain in New York.

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AENY and AISGE bring acting coach Susan Batson to teach a Master Class in Spain for the first time

In News,Theater,Training by adminAENY / January 15, 2013 / 0 Comments

Curso Susan Batson-AISGE-AENY

At the end of 2012, AENY – Spanish Artists of New York succeeded in organizing a two -week intensive master class workshop for Spanish actors at AISGE (Management Society of Performing Artists) given by the well-known actress, acting coach and author, Susan Batson.

The course was divided into two weeks for two different groups of students. During the morning sessions, there were two groups of professional actors and actresses. These classes were based on the creation of characters, from Anton Chekhov’s play, The Seagull. In the afternoon sessions, the course was opened to all actors who would work on monologues for auditions. Some important directors and casting directors were also invited to attend the classes as a way to help the artists in their promotion.

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