The institution kicks off its programming with a recital by Antonio Béjar and María del Carmen Ródenas at the Mubam
The Santa María de la Arrixaca Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Murcia, chaired by Martín Páez, has announced the program for this semester of its cycle ‘Los jueves de la Academia’, whose posters are produced by the versatile Vicente Martínez Gadea. The activities began yesterday with the recital ‘Encuentros’, with Antonio Béjar and María del Carmen Ródenas, at the Museum of Fine Arts, and will continue in February with the harpsichord concert in honor of the day of Santa María de la Arrixaca: ‘Pavana lachrimae, 16th century music for farewell’, performed by Anabel Sáez, in the chapel of Santa María de la Arrixaca, in the parish church of San Andrés (Pl. San Agustín, Murcia), on February 2 at 7:30 p.m.
On February 9, guest artist Salvador Torres, painter and designer, will present the conference ‘El tiempo narrado’ at MUBAM. The Salzillo Quartet will give a recital at the same place on February 16. On February 23, Francisco Marín Hernández, architect and academic number, will present at the Las Claras Cultural Center of the Cajamurcia Foundation the conference ‘La Llagostera (2005-2023): what they didn’t tell you’.
On March 2, an extraordinary session is scheduled for the reception of Pedro Manzano as an academic in the auditorium of the Museum of Fine Arts. The Royal Academy of Fine Arts has agreed to the screening of Jorge Fullana’s film ‘Painting the Journey’ about the work of Pedro Cano, painter and academic number, on March 9 at the Regional Film Library. As early as February 16, Mariano de Paco y de Moya, professor of literature at the University of Murcia and a number of academics, will speak about the theater of the Álvarez Quintero brothers, on the centenary of their birth, in the Mubam. On February 23, the conference ‘The Phoenicians of the Southeast and the Wrecks of Mazarrón’ will take place, by Carlos de Juan Fuertes, underwater archaeologist, which will be presented by Ángel Iniesta Sanmartín, a number of academics. And on February 30, the Academy organizes the harpsichord concert ‘Renaissance Music’, performed by Javier Artigas Pina, professor of organ and harpsichord and fully-fledged academic, in the auditorium of the Archfraternity of the Most Precious Blood of Murcia.
For April, the Royal Academy of Fine Arts is considering an extraordinary session on the 20th for the reception of Ginés García Millán as honorary academician in the auditorium of the annex of the Murcia City Hall, and the inauguration of the exhibition ‘El workshop of the master González Moreno (1908-1996): Bronze and Plaster’, organized by the Archfraternity of the Most Precious Blood and the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Santa María de la Arrixaca, at the Cristo de la Sangre Museum, to open Day 27.
On May 4, Juan Antonio Fernández Rubio, professor of language and literature at UMU, will speak in Las Claras about ‘Local Lorca literature. Mudejar-style frames in churches in the Kingdom of Murcia, by Pedro Enrique Collado Espejo (11th), and a conference on the centenary of Pasolini’s birth by Juan Manuel Chumilla-Carbajosa (18th), writer and filmmaker, are other planned activities.
Finally, on May 25, the concert ‘The end of an era’ is on the program. From Alfonso X to the Conquest of Granada’, performed by the early music section of Discantus, at the Cajamurcia Foundation.
Source: La Verdad
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