Blog Xarxa Llull



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  • 01

    81 Renshaw St, Liverpool L1 2SJ, Regne Unit

    Liverpool Acoustic are delighted to present the UK launch of the brand new album from talented singer-songwriter Anaïs Vila.

    This exciting evening of music is happening at 81 Renshaw on Friday 1st December 2017.

    Hailing from Catalonia, Anaïs Vila has a degree in Journalism, and a Masters in Theatre Studies. But her first love is music and in 2016/17 she took the opportunity to attend Lipa where she studied Pop Music and Music Technology, with a speciality in Songwriting. She came to the attention of a wider Liverpool audience in May 2017 with her highly impressive set supporting Roxanne de Bastion’s album launch at Leaf.

    The new album Fosc, Cançons per Veure-hi Clar” (Temps Record 2017) is a bilingual affair recorded in Liverpool and Barcelona, and featuring six songs in Catalan and six in English. Anaïs will be performing on the night with with Andreu Moreno on drums and bass synth and Mateu Peramiquel on keys.

    Support is provided by two talented friends currently studying at Lipa.

    John Harrington is a pianist and songwriter inspired by James Blake and Regina Spektor. He’s studying Songwriting and Performance, and duets with Anaïs on one of her album tracks.

    Enric Verdaguer is a 22 year old singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Igualada near Barcelona. He is taking Songwriting and Music Productions, and is known for his intimate and sensitive voice and his harmonically rich and pure songs.


  • 04

    35 Myrtle St, Liverpool L7 7AJ, Regne Unit

    Anaïs Vila planteja un taller per als estudiants de català de la Universitat de Liverpool, on la reflexió sobre la creació musical serà l’eix de la xerrada. Amb ganes que els estudiants puguin participar com a públic, també, del concert previ, i que els neixin preguntes sobre el procés creatiu de la cançó i del camí que hom ha de seguir fins a l’edició del disc.

    Un taller àgil i dinàmic, que Vila intercalarà amb la interpretació d’algun dels seus temes en català en acústic.

  • 04

    Alameda da Universidade MB, 1600 Lisboa, Portugal
  • 05

    Alameda da Universidade MB, 1600 Lisboa, Portugal
  • 05

    327 A11, London E1, Regne Unit

    This season (2017-18), the National Theatre of Catalonia will be presenting three productions of the work of Lluïsa Cunillé. To coincide with this exceptional programme, the Centre for Catalan Studies at Queen Mary presents an evening dedicated to Cunillé with two events: a seminar with the director of the National Theatre of Catalonia, Xavier Albertí, and playwright and theatre director Jordi Prat i Coll; and a performance of Cunillé’s play “Iceland” (UK Premiere, work in progress), translated from Catalan by John London, performed by PartSustpended( and directed by Hari Marini.

    All this to celebrate the drama of one of the best known and most distinctive playwrights to have emerged out of Barcelona in the last twenty years.

    With the participation of directors, critics and translators.

    In collaboration with the Teatre Nacional de Catalunya, the Institut Ramon Llull, and PartSuspended.