Spain in Chicago, October 2011!
So here I was, Spaingirl bummed about living back in the US, and forgetting one of my best resources: Chicago! After texting Mandi in Catalan (we both picked up some Catalan in Barcelona), I told Dad: "Too bad Chicago doesn’t have some kind of Spain group,“ and decided no Spaniard would ever want to live in Chicago (but with the job market maybe they would). Dad said there must be because there’s a Spanish consulate dowtown, and lo and behold we found not only groups but Spanish events in Chicago this October!
Here’s the local website:
You can filter Spain events by city, including Seattle, New York, and Houston!
Here’s what’s going on in Chicago, October 2011:
- October 6, 2011: ‘Artist Talks’: Yuri Possokhov in Conversation with Glen Carman Tonight at 6 PM, The Insituto Cervantes (31 West Ohio, Chicago, IL 60610) will host the Artists Talk Series, a lecture series where you can meet the dancers, choreographers and musicians currently performing in Chicago.
- October 12-23, 2011: The Joffrey Ballet 'Don Quixote’ This month, the Chicago Sinfonietta will be performing Don Quixote, choreographed by Possokhov. Includes bullfights, gypsies, windmills, and our favorite antihero of all time.
I’ll be sad to miss the first event during my night shift at the library, but hopefully get to catch wind of the ballet!