‘War Requiem’, Britten’s Pacifist Plea, Comes To Life At The Liceu

The anti-militarist ‘War Requiem’, an overwhelming symphonic-choral work by English composer Benjamin Britten, returns to the Liceu with his pacifist message enhanced by an impressive staging by Daniel Kramer with images created by the sought-after video artist and photographer Wolfgang Tillmans, winner of the Turner Prize. Directed by Josep Pons, the Liceu Orchestra and Choir,… Continue reading ‘War Requiem’, Britten’s Pacifist Plea, Comes To Life At The Liceu

The Musical Wisdom Of Ramón Andrés, National Essay Award

The thinker, essayist, musicologist and poet Ramón Andrés (Pamplona, ​​1955) has won the 2021 National Essay Prize , endowed with 20,000 euros, for his work ‘Philosophy and consolation of music’ (Cliff), a volume that the jury has called it “monumental”. The National jury has recognized Ramón Andrés’ book “for uniting music and poetry in dialogue… Continue reading The Musical Wisdom Of Ramón Andrés, National Essay Award

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Netflix Wins 780 Million Euros Thanks To ‘The Squid Game’

‘ The squid game ‘ is not only the series of the moment – it is still number 1 in the Netflix Top 10 in 83 countries a month after its premiere, according to the specialized website Flixpatrol -, which has managed to unseat ‘The Bridgertons’ as the most watched series in the platform’s history,… Continue reading Netflix Wins 780 Million Euros Thanks To ‘The Squid Game’

Socialists Avoid ‘Getting Wet’ In Regional Financing To Save Their Congress

The reform of regional financing has become one of the major pending issues on the agenda of the majority of regional presidents and has been one of the issues that has been planned in the Federal Congress that the PSOE has celebrated this weekend in Valencia. In fact, the differences on the formula to specify… Continue reading Socialists Avoid ‘Getting Wet’ In Regional Financing To Save Their Congress

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China Accounts For 41% Of Pharmaceutical Raw Material Production

The production balance of pharmaceutical raw materials (API) is still far from being balanced. On the day that the pandemic began to spread from the Chinese city of Wuhan, European countries began to verify the great dependence that exists on the Asian giant, where 41% of world production is produced. Along with China, India is… Continue reading China Accounts For 41% Of Pharmaceutical Raw Material Production

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New Measure Of The Law Of Protection And Rights Of Animals

The Central Executive, through the Ministry of Social Rights, has presented the draft law on Protection and Rights of Animals, a document that includes a series of measures aimed at protecting the integrity of animals, responsible coexistence and regulating their possession. . Thus, this document will be submitted to public information and the objective is… Continue reading New Measure Of The Law Of Protection And Rights Of Animals

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Madrid-Based Algenex Prepares To Manufacture Covid Vaccines

A giant in vaccine manufacturing is about to emerge. The Algenex factory will be a new vaccine production center with enormous production capacities: 40,000 doses per hour, according to its general director, Claudia Jiménez, to elEconomista. “Our technology allows us to manufacture 10 doses per insects. The tray we use has 160 insects and we… Continue reading Madrid-Based Algenex Prepares To Manufacture Covid Vaccines

A Trafficking Ring Kidnapped Her Daughter And Created An NGO To Rescue Women

Three decades have passed since the saddest moment in the life of Margarita Meira and her family. Graciela Susana Betker was 17 years old when she met Luis Rafael Olivera, her last boyfriend, 25 years older than her and who chose her like a fruit in a basket, seduced her and did the impossible to… Continue reading A Trafficking Ring Kidnapped Her Daughter And Created An NGO To Rescue Women

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The day Angela Merkel made a Palestinian girl cry and changed the migratory course of Europe

The tears of a Palestinian girl made the news in 2015, not so much because of the uncontrollable crying in front of the TV cameras or the suddenness of them, but because they were caused by a harsh statement by Chancellor Angela Merkel. “You are a very nice girl. But you know that in Lebanon… Continue reading The day Angela Merkel made a Palestinian girl cry and changed the migratory course of Europe

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