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Valencia Events

Valencia events, a calendar of events in Valencia, Spain. See things to do about current events, upcoming live concerts, event venues, special festivals, sports shows, local exhibitions and free activities for family. Find out what's on in the city with our comprehensive listings including entertainment, music, sport, festival, fashion, etc. What to do today, this weekend, the next days or this summer. A complete What's On guide to Valencia with dates, tickets prices, recent news and latest details.

Thursday, 23 June 2011 01:17

The Cirque du Soleil is back in Valencia

Corteo, which means entourage in Italian, is a joyful procession, a festive parade imagined by a clown, which will be performed at the Campus de Tarongers of l'Universitat de València starting on 16t June. This production of the Cirque du Soleil combines the passion of actors with the elegance and strength of acrobats, immersing the audience in a theatrical world of fun, comedy and spontaneity suspended somewhere in a mysterious space between heaven and earth.
An exact replica of the oldest glacial mummy in the world will be in Valencia until 24th July. The city's Museum of Prehistory will be home to Ötzi. El hombre de hielo (Ötzi, the Ice Man) whose face has been rebuilt by the brothers Alfonso and Adrie Kennis, two Dutch artists who specialise in natural history and palaeontology.A German couple came across Ötzi by accident in 1991. Naturally preserved in a glacier in the Ötz Valley…
Monday, 09 May 2011 00:17

Dansa Valencia

Between 26th April and 5th June, Dansa València is presenting dance in its many varied styles, aspects and forms in order to offer spectators a wide range of different types of choreographies. On this occasion, the theme of the festival revolves around choreographic composition.Works by Asun Noales, Thomas Noone, Supremos Crew, CobosMika, Ohad Naharin, Cecilia Gomez and Les Slovaks will all be on show not forgetting Thomas Lebrun, who will also be presenting the latest premiere…
Wednesday, 06 April 2011 01:17

Baltasar Lobo at the IVAM

Baltasar Lobo is taking up residence at the IVAM, Valencian Institute of Modern Art (IVAM) in the city of Valencia until 1st May. The exhibition of work by this multi-faceted artist brings together around a hundred works, including sculptures and drawings, representing the different stages of the artist's creative process.Specifically, the exhibition features 92 works - 72 sculptures and 20 drawings - created between the 1940s and the 90s. Thanks to this artistic compilation, you can…
Saturday, 12 March 2011 00:17

Julio Gonzalez & David Smith at the IVAM

Take a trip to the Valencian Institute of Modern Art (IVAM) in the city of Valencia and enjoy the exhibition Julio Gonzalez David Smith. Un dialogo sobre la escultura, an artistic tribute to two seminal figures in modern sculpture, which is on at the museum until 1st May.This exhibition examines the interesting tangle of convergences and affinities that shaped a fertile artistic dialogue as a decisive change emerged on the horizon that would give rise to…
Saturday, 29 January 2011 00:17

Skeleton Sea at the Oceanografic

Until March, the Oceanogràfic at the City of Arts and Sciences will be home to an exhibition entitled Skeleton Sea. This is a project launched by the artists Joao Parrinha, Luis de Dios and Xandi Kreuzeder which aims to send a message out to the world about the need to keep our oceans clean.These are the creative forces behind this original exhibition which features pieces created from flotsam and jetsam collected from the sea and different…
Sunday, 09 January 2011 00:17

Roman brilliance in Valencia

The Valencia Museum of Prehistory is running an exhibition entitled Artifex, Ingenieria romana en España (Artifix. Roman engineering in Spain), a fascinating journey to Ancient Rome through its inventions, which you can enjoy until 6th March.The exhibition on display in Valencia talks about the materials used at the time, the importance of major infrastructures to join the different parts of the Empire and the techniques used by the Romans.The contents included in the exhibition are presented…
Sunday, 09 January 2011 00:17

Ripolles in the City of Arts and Sciences

Creative, naturalist, independent and humanist. Any definition of the Castellon-born artist Juan Ripolles falls short. So it is worth discovering his essence through his own work. A complete collection of the artist's work has been installed at the Umbracle in Valencia's City of Arts and Sciences, a free exhibition running until 30th March.The collection includes 20 large-scale sculptures created by this Castellon-born artist. Through his work, we can discern the renowned sculptor's identification with nature, man…
Thursday, 25 November 2010 00:17

Aida at the Valencia Opera House

Giuseppe Verdi's Aida, with musical direction by Lorin Maazel and Omer Wellber, the lead guest conductor, is opening the 2010-2011 season at the Valencia Opera House. In total, the Palau de les Arts will be offering two performance seasons for this opera.The great maestro Maazel conducts the opening night of this new co-production with the Royal Opera House in London's Covent Garden, and the Den Norske Opera & Ballet from Oslo, on 13th November, as well…
Friday, 05 November 2010 00:17

Reality made sacred

The Chirivella Soriano Foundation is hosting an exhibition dedicated to the artist Santiago Ydañez in the rooms of its Palau de Valeriola until 9th January. The exhibition reviews Ydañez work over the last two decades, consisting of large-format works of images of human faces, animals, saints and bodies, which raise questions about personal representation, self-portraiture and character construction.With a total of 36 works the exhibition occupies three floors of the Palau Joan de Valeriola, which is…

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