Ibiza’s Cultural Agenda

Cultural Programme from January to March 2017

Concert of soloists
Date: Sunday 22nd January
Time: 12 am
Place: Espacio Cultural Can Ventosa
Address: Adolfo Villalonga Juan
Music lovers can enjoy a concert of soloists directed by Adolfo Villalonga on the 22nd of January

Haendel Concert
Date: Thursday 26th January
Time: 7 pm
Place: Espacio Cultural Can Ventosa
Company: Antiguo Balàfia Ensemble¬
Performers: V. Bernhardt, R. Puente, R. Guerrero, M. Ibáñez, A. Bernhardt, J. Peraza and P. Marcara.

Music by the German composer G. F. Haendel, who worked in London and is considered the first composer to put the public’s preferences above those of his patron. This programme is centred on his operatic works and his Concerto Grosso.

IbizaCineFest Film Festival
Friday 27th January to Sunday 29th January.
Time: 6 pm
Place: Espacio Cultural Can Ventosa
Director: Xavi Herrero
International film festival. Short fictional films, experimental films and documentaries.¬

Sing-Along Dirty Dancing
Saturday 4th February.
Time: 10 pm
Place: Sala pequeña de Can Ventosa.
Performers: Ibiza Broadway.
The legendary 80s movie loved by many, with its final ‘Time of my life’ scene, will be shown in Sing-Along format. You can act along with the movie. There will also be live entertainment from a group of performers from Ibiza Broadway. Who wants to go back to Kellerman’s with Johnny and Baby? Let’s go dirty dancing again!¬

Donallop Music
Saturday 18th February
Time: 9:30 pm
Performers: Pere Antoni Bestard Palou, Joana Maria Pol Sebastià, Eduard Corominas Gener and Joan Carles Cardell Gayà.
The pop-rock quartet Donallop will be presenting their new release ‘Misteris de sa vida’.

Carnival Concert
The Ciutat d’Eivissa Symphonic Band
Date: Sunday 26th February
Time: 7 pm
Place: To be determined
Address: Adolfo Villalonga Juan

Cinema: Annie
Date: Sunday 5th March
TIme: 11.30 am
Place: Espacio Cultural Can Ventosa
Performers: Ibiza Broadway.
A fun showing of the musical film Annie with audience participation, entertainers and live performances. The songs are subtitled so that everyone can join in and dance. Annie is a little orphan living in a grim orphanage run by the tyrannical Miss Hannigan. Her miserable situation changes dramatically when she spends some time in the home of the magnate Oliver Warbucks.

Dance: La Casa de Bernarda Alba
Date: Saturday 11th March.
Time: 9 pm
Place: Espacio Cultural Can Ventosa.
Direction: Mª Teresa Rojas
Performers: Ballet de Mª Teresa Rojas, with live music.
In the first part, the drama ‘La casa de Bernarda Alba’ is danced, following the libretto by Federico García Lorca. The second part is a live concert of music song and dance.

The Ciutat d’Eivissa Symphonic Band
Date: Sunday 12th March
Time: 12 am.
Place: Espacio Cultural Can Ventosa.
Direction: Damián Boluda Íñiguez
The Ciutat d’Eivissa Symphonic Orchestra
Date: Sunday 26th March
Time: 12 am
Place: Espacio Cultural Can Ventosa


Activities around the city:
1.-‘Feim barri, feim salut’.
Date: Saturday 21st January
Place: Playa d’en Bossa

2.-‘Feim barri, feim música’
Date: Saturday 18th February
Place: Parque de la Paz

3.-‘Feim barri, feim art’
Date: Saturday 25th March
Place: Parque Reina Sofía.

Saturday storytime:
Dates: 21st January; 4th and 18th February and 12th March
Time: 12 am
Place: Sala Villangómez, in the Biblioteca Municipal de Eivissa

Madina Yabisa Interpretation Centre, Baluarte de Sant Pere y Baluarte de Sant Jaume
Time: from 10 to 4:30 Tuesday to Friday, and from 10 to 2 o’clock Saturdays and Sundays
Closed on Mondays and Holidays.
In January and February, visits to the Ramparts of Sant Jaume are by appointment only. Visits can be arranged by calling: 971 392 390 or by email: madinayabisa@eivissa.es
A minimum group of 5 persons is needed. Visits are free for residents of the island of Ibiza. The price for groups is €1.50 per person. Free entry for retired people, pensioners and children under 12.

Historical Walks: A stroll through history
Sunday 15th and Saturday 28th
The origins of Dalt Vila
Sunday 12th and Saturday 25th
The medieval walls
Sunday 12th and Saturday 25th
The walls in the Renaissance period

Those interested can register in advance at the Madina Yabisa Interpretation Centre: C/ Mayor, 2. Tel. 971 392 390
Email: madinayabisa@eivissa.es
Timetable: from 10 to 4:30 from Tuesday to Friday and from 10 to 2 on Saturdays and Sundays.
Closed on Mondays and Holidays.

Museum of Contemporary Art (MACE)
Permanent collections
Temporary exhibitions at MACE: ‘Arte Casual’, by Francisco Ferrer Lerín, and the Yera Collection

Puget Museum
A permanent collection of paintings, watercolours and drawings by the two artists of the Puget family, with an exhibition of photographs by Narcís Puget Riquer (1916-1983)

Casa Broner
The Broner archive and legacy, furniture, library, paintings, household utensils, maps and photographs.
Timetable: from October to March: From Tuesday to Friday from 10 to 4:30.
Saturdays and Sundays from 10 to 2 pm.
Closed on Mondays and Holidays.


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