The music, dance and performance activities that feature in the Museo Reina Sofía programme are closely linked to the theoretical discourse in the organisation of the exhibition programme and the narrative in the Collection. Along with its own activities, the Museo also produces other shared activities that are the result of ongoing dialogue with a number of established collaborators. These activities include festivals, theatre performances, music conservatories, independent spaces, etc.
24 november, 2010 - 24 november, 2010 - 8:30 PM
Oskar Schlemmer and the Bauhaus Dances
A concert and screening by C. Raman Schlemmer via the work undertaken by Oskar Schlemmer as the director of the Bauhaus performing arts workshop. The Bauhaus dances engage in an intimate dialogue with the spatial ideas of Walter Gropius and the experiments of Kandinsky, Klee and Itten on colour and form.
18 november, 2010 - 18 november, 2010 - 8:00 PM
Lagartija Nick X Val del Omar
On the occasion of the exhibition Val del Omar: overflow Lagartija Nick puts into practice the thesis of diaphonic sounds and the overflow of images in a concert in which noise and trance are reminiscent of the mystic and technological fantasies of the author of Fuego en Castilla.
14 november, 2010 - 14 november, 2010 - 7:00 PM
Is the War Over? Art in a Divided World (1945-1968)
This show by Israel Galván, with a script by Pedro G. Romero, is a singular piece that reviews the choreographies and original pieces of the period, thereby returning sounds and oral memory to the Collection.
02 september, 2010 - 02 september, 2010 - 7:30 PM
Eviva Il Cotello (Lang lebe das Messer). Ines Doujak
Ines Doujak's performance Eviva Il Cotello (Lang lebe das Messer) intervenes the exhitibion space and discoursive realm of the The Potosí Principle. How Shall We Sing the Lord’s Song in a Strange Land? In her work, Ines Doujak examines the norms of human behaviour as structural and constituent elements of society from a decidedly feminist perspective.
April 6 - 9, 2010
Since its first edition, Eurojazz orients its line up towards musicians within the sphere of continental Europe. The festival’s poster design looks to connect the jazz genre with European cultural identity. In this edition the Museo presents concerts by Rita Marcoully, Tingvall Trio, Terje Rypdal, Posé-Salvador-Roper Trío and Louis Sclavis Quintet.