Weekend happenings about town…

Friday, Saturday, and Sunday:

Ballet Gitano at the Teatre Tivoli:

After a three-year tour of Latin America, Europe and the US, Corté is back in Barcelona with his show, Gitano. Performing alongside 10 other dancers, 17 musicians and eight flamenco singers, Gitano is an intensely personal show for the internationally-renowned flamenco dancer and takes the spectator back to his gypsy roots.

Tickets from €28

Friday: Prostibulo Poético: 

Os invitamos al último Prostíbulo Poético de la temporada, en el que presentaremos a las nuevas poetas que entrarán a formar parte del burdel. Ven, aplaudelas, ten un privado con ellas antes que nadie!! Contaremos ademas con Tori Sparks y Amelia Cadwallader. Va a ser una gran noche. Envíanos un mensaje para reservar y te obsequiamos con regalo de Bijoux Indiscrets! prostibulopoetico@gmail.com

8 eu socios
10eu no socios.

We invite Poetry Brothel to last season, which will introduce new poets who will join the brothel. Come aplaudelas, have a private with them before anyone else! We will also with Tori Sparks and Amelia Cadwallader. It will be a great night. Send us a message to book and we will reward you with Bijoux Indiscrets gift! prostibulopoetico@gmail.com

8 EU partners
10eu fees.

7:30 to 10pm C/Corretger, 5

Maria de la O

first time at the Palau de la Música

May 2014 Friday 30 21:30 h Buy Concert Hall
June 2014 Monday 23 21:30 h Buy Concert Hall
Thursday 26 21:30 h Buy Concert Hall
August 2014 Saturday 9 21:30 h Buy Concert Hall
Saturday 16 21:30 h Buy Concert Hall
Prices: from 30 to 48 €

Cycle:

Organized by: Events Artístics

Juan Cortès – Rafael Fernandezguitarra
Paco de Mode, cajón
Fran Leónflauta
Sara Flores – Mariano Santiago “el makande ” – Jorge “el Pirata”- Juan de la Nana, cantaores
Isaac Barbero – Juan Herediabailaores
Susana Escoda – Raquel Alegria – Ivette Pla – Adelaida Guerrero – Maria Cortés, bailaoras

Susana Escoda, choreography
Sara Flores, art direction
Juan Cortés, musical direction

Program

Maria de la O (zambra )
Amor de riquezas  (tanguillos)
Sueños de amor (tango)
Vivencias (alegrias)
Lamentos (balada)
Coraje y rabia (seguiriyas)
Fiesta gitana (bulerias)
La quimera (martinete)
Mis duquelas (solea por buleria)

Maria de la O, A Spanish gypsy girl from a humble family dreams about a gypsy boy from her village since their childhood. One day when they are grown up a rich non-gypsy man appears and she falls in love with him. After a while she realizes that neither wealth nor gold make her happy. What does make her happy are the humble dresses, traditional customs and especially her true love, the gypsy boy from her village.

Saturday:

The Pool Market Barcelona

Mercadillo, música y piscina!!

Only Vintage Clothing & New Designers

Inauguración The Pool Market

*Pool Party & Market *

Horario: 11h-20h.

C/ Pallars 121-125 – BCN

ZT Hotels-Villa Olimpic@ Suites

Line Up – 16h:

Lifeghetto

Yuki Fukiyama

Wish

ENTRADA 1€!

Inscripciones expositores abiertas: Only Vintage Clothing & New Designers

Sunday:

Vintage Market Barcelona http://www.twomarket.es/

4a Bicicleta de Modernisma http://pedalsdelmodernisme.com/

*Leave it to Barcelona will be at the Pedals de Modernisme and Vintage Market.

One night at the Palau de la Musica-Beethovens 9th Symphony

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Can you guess what we are wearing that is from Barcelona?  (Walid included this time)
Beethovens 9th Symphony: 
Organized by: Fundació Orfeó Català-Palau de la Música and Orquestra Simfònica del Vallès

Marta Mathéusoprano
Gemma Coma-Alabertmezzo-soprano
David Alegret, tenor
César San Martínbass

Cor de Cambra del Palau de la Música
(Josep Vila i Casañas, conductor)
Polifònica de Puig-Reig
(Ramon Noguera, conductor)

Orquestra Simfònica del Vallès
Rubén Gimeno
conductor

With the collaboration of students from the Conservatorio Superior de Música del Liceo

Program

R. Humet: Vent transparent
L. van Beethoven
: Symphony no. 9 in D minor, Op. 125 “Choral”

What yoga style is best for you?

Taken from The Womens Health BIG BOOK of YOGA; The Essential Guide to Complete Mind/Body Fitness written by Kathryn Budig.  This is a book in which I refer to often, for self practice or simple as a reference point.  This guide in the back is wonderful for determining what yoga style is best for you….left out is Jivamukti, Yin, and a few others which we will chime in on later. If you’re interested in the book you can find it: on Amazon.com

 Style Description Ideal for Om Factor Physical difficulty
Ananda Gentel poses that focus on meditation.  Beginners who want to ease into the practice or slow down and do more meditation.  Chanting at the beginning and end of class.  Low
Anusara Geared towards heart-opening backbends with a focus on posture Those looking for a playful, loving community Invocation chant with harmonium accompaniment at the beginning and end of class with stories woven in.   Medium to High
Ashtanga At athletic “flow” style that combines faced based movement and breathwork.  Type A people who are driven and dedicated, and those who want an intense practice that will have visible results.   Usually a lengthy but very straightforward chant at the beginning and end of class.  High
Bikram Uses the same 26 posture series each time, but its done in a 105F or 42C room.  You will sweat! Sweat junkies who aren’t afraid of intense heat.  No Chanting.  High
Hatha A generic term used to describe any form of yoga that includes asanas.  (Poses) Those who are unsure about which class to take and would like a general introduction.  Depends on the teacher.   Medium to Difficult
Iyengar Poses are held for longer than usual with a focus on alignment.   Teacher trainees, those who want to improve their alignment, and those with injuries.  Depends on the teacher.   Medium to High. 
Kundalini Primarily seated positions combined with breathing and movement techniques.   Those who want to stimulate energy, focus, and deep meditation. Lots of chanting at the beginning and end of class with deep meditation and energy worki.   Medium. 
Power Yoga A vigorous workout that moves quickly though a series of linked poses and generates a lot of sweat and physical release.   Athletes and those who are driven to work out.   Depends on the teacher.   High
Vinyasa A series of athletic poses combining movement with breathwork.   This who want a good workout that often is set to music.  Usually a brief chant or om at the beginning and end of class.   Medium to High.  

Your sneak peak….

 

 

 

 

Now all you have to do is come to Barcelona and check them out for yourselves….

I just wish the weather would warm so I could take mine to the beach already!

XOXO

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