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Music, Dance and Performance

In the live arts, the Museum establishes a meeting point between its propositions in this realm and the proverbial white cube so often used in art exhibitions, but from which the live arts have been artificially expelled. By doing so it reveals that the genealogy of the live arts has been closely linked to that of the plastic avant-gardes since their very origins. The Museum's live arts programming, which includes theatre, music and sound art, is thus seen to bear a close connection to the Museum's theoretical discourse. Museo Reina Sofía also collaborates with the most important contemporary festivals in Spain, providing a venue for some of their performances. The Museum engages in continuous dialogue with them and plays a role in the formation of their discourses.

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  • CNDM. Cuarteto, García Abril, Isabel Rey, soprano
    6 february, 2012 - 7:30 PM
    Music, Dance and Performance Concert

    The Centro Nacional de Difusión Musical (CNDM) is committed to strengthening the Spanish repertory of string quartets, as one of the most important and richest channels of musical creation of recent years. To this end, it has commissioned a new piece by the master Antón García Abril, one of the most outstanding composers of his generation.

    Associated project
  • CNDM. Grupo Vocal Kea
    29 january, 2012 - 7:30 PM

    CNDM. Grupo Vocal Kea

    Enrique Azurza, director, Naoko Kikuchi, koto

    Music, Dance and Performance Concert

    The CNDM has offered one of its 15 commissions to the Gijón-born composer Juan José Eslava (1970), who divides his time and career between Japan and Madrid.

    Associated project
  • Jérôme Bel. Cedric Andrieux. Performance, 2009
    January 12- March 30, 2012 - 7:30 PM

    Reactivate/reinterpret.

    Theatre and performative practices in contemporary art museums

    Music, Dance and Performance Seminar Performance art

    Reactivate/reinterpret brings together a varied group of specialists from different fields with the idea of analysing the place of performative practices within the realm of contemporary art museums. The series is comprised of various public lectures, workshops with the students of the Study Centre and two art interventions, by Jerôme Bel and Falke Pisano.

  • CNDM. Ensemble Neoars Sonora
    9 january, 2012 - 7:30 PM
    Music, Dance and Performance Concert

    Founded in 2008, the young Granada-based group Neoars Sonora will be at the Centro Nacional de Difusión Musical (CNDM) to give the premier performance of two new works: Quasi una serenata by Jorge Fernández Guerra and Aleph, for voice, violin, cello and piano, by the Gerona-born composer Iluminada Pérez.

    Associated project
  • Guy de Cointet. Espahor ledet ko Uluner y Five Sisters
    16 december, 2011 - 7:30 PM
    Music, Dance and Performance Performance art

    This performance, organised in connection with the exhibition Locus Solus. Impressions of Raymond Roussel, is a unique opportunity to see the work of Guy de Cointet in the context for which it was conceived, somewhere between the theatre and the museum. Put on by the Dutch company If I Can't Dance, I Don't Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution, the two plays are the result of a long research process related to the complexity of re-staging.

  • Acción!MAD11. VIII Encuentro Internacional de Arte de Acción
    November 25 - 26, 2011
    Music, Dance and Performance Festival
  • From silver to the sky. A look at the roots of electronic music: Morton Subotnick & Lillevan
    18 november, 2011
    Music, Dance and Performance Concert Conference

    In this concert, Morton Subotnick is accompanied by the visual artist Lillevan, a frequent collaborator of musicians on the experimental music scene, who will offer a visual interpretation of Subotnick's music. The concert will feature pieces from Silver Apples Of The Moon (1967) and from another one of his pioneering albums, A Sky of Cloudless Sulfur (1978).

  • Spoken Exhibition
    10 november, 2011 - 7:00 PM
    Music, Dance and Performance Performance art

    Spoken Exhibition is an alternative history of Polish art since 1960, a history that tells about the creation of art institutions, the major exhibitions and the art gestures that have determined the specificity of a post-communist era. It is presented as a cross between performance art and narrative that is reinterpreted and reread in every new context in which it takes place.

  • CNDM. Zahir Ensemble
    7 november, 2011 - 7:30 PM
    Music, Dance and Performance Concert Associated project
  • Pierre Bastien: Une danse de sons para Raymond Roussel
    27 october, 2011 - rom 7 to 7:30 p.m. and from 8 to 8:30 p.m. (2 shows lasting 30 min. each)
    Music, Dance and Performance Concert
  • Cover of Rethinking dramaturgy
    18 october, 2011 - 7:30 PM
    Music, Dance and Performance Conference

    The book Rethinking Dramaturgy. Errancy and Transformation is the product of the First International Seminar on New Dramaturgies (Centro Párraga, 2009). Its presentation in the Museo marks the beginning of the academic year in the Master’s in Performing Arts Practices and Visual Culture in the Study Centre.

  • CNDM. Cantoría Hispánica
    18 october, 2011 - 7:30 PM
    Music, Dance and Performance Concert Associated project
  • Carolin Widmann, violín y Simon Lepper, piano
    17 october, 2011
    Music, Dance and Performance Concert Associated project
  • Solistas de la ORCAM
    10 october, 2011 - 7:30 PM

    Solistas de la ORCAM

    Andrés Salado, director

    Music, Dance and Performance Concert Associated project
  • Espacio acústico #2
    September 14, 21 and 28 at 8 p.m.
    Music, Dance and Performance Concert

    Acoustic Space is a music series featuring national and international artists that show the various facets of contemporary musical creation. Through this series, Museo Reina Sofía, in collaboration with Mahou and its program Afterwork by Mahou Premium Light, enables audiences to get to know new conceptions of jazz, electronic music derivations and the radical eclecticism that characterises today's music, as well as the points of contact between the classical music tradition and the popular tradition, the boundaries of which are becoming less and less defined.