It was a rainy Sunday in Maidenhead (a town half-way between Henley-on-Thames and London) Adrián talks about his trajectory and life in England. His time in the country has felt a little like walking a tightrope, as he still doesn’t know whether he will stay in the UK or return to his country.
Is the perfect physique really perfect? When I joined my university’s gym in Fresher’s Week 2010 – a decision that cost me nearly a fifth of my term’s student loan – my priorities in the gym, as a keen hockey player, should have been improving the physical attributes such a sport demands.
Hugo Brazão and Graham Guy-Robinson are the winners of the VIA Arts Prize 2018. Their work incorporate elements inspired by Latin American and Iberian culture. Anna Beketov Their names were announced by a panel of judges at an award ceremony at the Embassy of Brazil on 13 December. […]
Chamber music and all non-commercial music have huge barriers to bring down in the face of the mass consumerism and banal material seen on the international market. Yelena Rodríguez Velázquez Many young groups on this side of the island will know the triple black veil, especially if it’s […]
Lansdowne Jazz Series, via Decca Records UK, recently released five legendary albums digitally for the first time by “The Don Rendell/Ian Carr Quintet”. Alastair Steel Remastered at Abbey Road from the original master tapes, these will also be available as high-definition, 24-bit downloads. Rebecca Allen, President of Decca Records, […]