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A BOXFUL OF SURPRISES March &ndash";" June 2011 The Museo Picasso Málaga presents the third season of Children at the Picasso. A Boxful of Surprises, with theatre for children between six months and twelve years of age. Dance, music, mime and new technologies will be brought to the auditorium stage, offering stories and sensations that are aimed at conveying visual and sensory experiences to audiences of youngsters - and to the adults who accompany them. Coordinated by Nani Soriano.

Programme Chiffonnade by Michele Dallhú. Company: Carré blanc Sunday 13 March, 2011. 12.00 am A sphere shelters a character and a multitude of pieces of cloth, which become dance partners and building materials&hellip";" Building oneself is growing";" learning how to set off to find our basic element: water. Recommended age group: 3 to 6 year-olds. Show lasts 30 minutes. First performance in Andalusia.

Zigzag by Frédérike Unger and Jér&ocirc";“me Ferron. Company: &Eacute”;"tantdonné Sunday 20 March, 2011. 11.00 am and 12.30 pm Before walking upright and deciding which way to go, there is a time when moving around is a discovery in itself. The destination we want to reach becomes an extension of the journey. When our steps are uncertain, the distance between two points becomes an adventure. So is the journey more important that the destination? Recommended age group: 3 years upwards. Show lasts 30 minutes. First performance in Andalusia.

Pinocho (Pinocchio) by Luis Z. Boy and Collodi. Company: Siesta Teatro Sundays 27 March, 3 and 10 April 2011. 12.00 h &ldquo";“Once upon a time, there was… &quot”;“A king!&quot”;" my little readers will say immediately. No, children, you are mistaken. Once upon a time there was a piece of wood&rdquo";“. This is how the story of Pinocchio begins. Carlo Collodi&rsquo”;"s classic tale is the basis for this lovely play, which combines puppetry and shadow theatre. Recommended age group: 4 to 12 year-olds. Show lasts 45 minutes. Show created at the NPT, England.

My First Play. Theatre for Toddlers

Rio de luna (Moon River) by Omar Meza. Company: Date Danza Sunday 24 April and Sunday 1 May, 2011. 11.00 am and 12.30 pm. Dancing and flowing like a river, while the moon watches over you. What happens on stage is growing, like a living river, or a growing baby: being born, crawling, standing up. The first steps towards the discovery of life. Recommended age group: 2 and 3 year-olds. Show lasts 35 minutes. Co-produced with Sala Miguel Hernández, Sabadell.

Nanas (Lullabies), by Analía Sisamón. Company: La Canela Puppet Theatre Sunday 8 and Sunday 15 May, 2011. 11.00 am, 12.30pm and 5.00 pm Nanas is a meeting between a group of children who all come from different cultures. They sing and tell each other what they know. That&rsquo";"s how they get to find out that there are other - maybe many other - ways of talking, learning, living life and living with others. It is the start of a journey to other places, where people are the same, and different. Recommended age group: 6 months to 3 years. Show lasts 45 minutes.

En el jardín (In the Garden), by Charlotte Fallon. Company: Teatro Paraíso Sunday 22 May, 2011. 11.00 am, 12.30 pm and 5.00 pm FETEN award for the best show for young children. Prize for the best show and most innovative idea at the Lleida Fair. Belgian Ministry for Culture and Education award for poetic beauty and suitability for young children, and its Best Actor award for Alberto Martínez Guinaldo, at the Festival de Guy. Best show for young children at the Bucharest International Children&rsquo";"s Theatre festival. A woman is sitting in a garden, dreaming. A man arrives, and invites her to go on a journey into the world of pictures. Together, they discover a piece of cloth hanging in the trees, which turns into a blank page on which you can create and transform pictures and emotions. Theatre, video, shadows and drawings offer youngsters a playful and active visual experience. Recommended age group: 1 to 4 year-olds. Show lasts 30 minutes. Co-produced with Théatre de la Guimbarde.

Anda (Walk) by Carlos Laredo. Company: La Casa Incierta Sunday 29 May and Sunday 5 June, 2011. 11.00 am, 12.30 pm and 5.00 pm Wonderful conversations and secrets travel to and fro along the umbilical cord, between a mother and her daughter. Along with the blood and the air, there is a small play, in which babies and mothers recognize each other and walk together, whispering along the way. A deep emotion runs through the undecipherable roots of humankind, and it summons up both the everyday and the ancestral. Recommended age group: 6 months to 3 years. Show lasts 35 minutes. Co-produced with Teatro Fernán Gómez

All tickets: 4 euros Advance sales at the museum ticket office and On sale at the Auditorium box office one hour before the performance. Audience members will not be permitted to enter the theatre once the performance has begun.

MUSIC AT THE PICASSO 4TH CYCLE OF CHAMBER MUSIC MPM Auditorium. 9.00pm September, 2010 &ndash";" May, 2011 Since last September, the MPM Auditorium is venue for the Cycle of Chamber Music organized by the Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra, and which is now in its fourth edition. This is the first in a series of collaborative projects that will comprise five interesting concerts, with music by Ravel, Debussy, Mozart, Max Bruch and Penderecki. This year, the cycle will feature jazz for the first time, with works by Chick Corea and Fred Hersch. The predominantly avant-garde programme has been designed bearing in mind MPM&rsquo";"s desire to highlight innovative creative work.

Upcoming concerts: -22 March 2011. Concert no. 4. Cuarteto Granada -24 May 2011. Concert no. 5. Trío Kurtág

All tickets: 5 euros Advance sales at the museum ticket office and On sale at the Auditorium box office one hour before the performance. Audience members will not be permitted to enter the theatre once the performance has begun.

FLAMENCO AT THE PICASSO Nombres propios. (Names) MPM Auditorium. 9.00pm. December 2010 &ndash";" April 2011 In this edition of Flamenco at the Picasso, the stars are the Names who have made up the history of flamenco, and which are part of the sentimental education of all those who love this art. This series of illustrated talks is coordinated by Marta Carrasco, dance critic and historian, and Fernando Iwasaki, author and director of the Cristina Heeren Foundation for the Art of Flamenco, with which MPM is collaborating in this series of talks. Upcoming: -15 April. 9.00pm Talk on La Argentinita, by Luisa Triana and Marta Carrasco. Performance by Rocío Molina, Spain Dance Award 2010 (Premio Nacional de Danza 2010) –Sold out–

COMBO JAZZ May - June 2011 After last Autumn&rsquo";“s Solo Jazz cycle, the Museo Picasso Málaga once again looks at the genre in a new programme that showcases the combo format. The term &ldquo”;“combo&rdquo”;", which is short for combination, was used to describe the old dance orchestras in the 1930s, although when bebop burst upon the scene in the 1940s, it was applied to small ensembles of three or four musicians that used the formula of one soloist with a rhythmic section.

The four bands in this new MPM programme, which has been coordinated by Salvador Catalán, redefine and expand upon the old concept of the small ensemble, in a contemporary art space where the link between tradition and progress takes up different directions and approaches. From consolidated names whose works are prominent among the jazz essentials, to emerging groups that are making themselves a name in the avant-garde, as well as transversal options that are hard to restrict to the narrow confines of a label… Analysis and emotion come together for an unmissable event on the jazz calendar.

Marc Ribot&rsquo";"s Ceramic Dog May 13, 9.00 p.m. Marc Ribot transcends the jazz scene to embrace areas such as Rock and Latin music with criteria and imagination. His Ceramic Dog is a re-statement of his activism and plural style, using the Power Trio format. Marc Ribot: guitar, vocals Ches Smith: drums, percussion, electronics, vocals Shahzad Ismaily: bass, vocals

Enrico Pieranunzi Trio May 20, 9.00 p.m. An essential referent of European jazz, Roman jazz pianist Enrico Pieranunzi wrought his career alongside names such as Chet Baker and Paul Motian. With Enrico Pieranunzi Trio he has found his preferred instrumental setup, showcasing its acclaimed style in the best jazz venues. Enrico Pieranunzi: piano Luca Bulgarelli: bass Mauro Beggio: drums

Uri Caine Trio June 10, 9.00 p.m. The Philadelphia-based pianist&rsquo";"s acoustic trio is just one of his performance projects. Known also for his innovative approaches to the classics, such as Mahler or Bach, Caine has an exceptional and daring style that conforms to no patterns. Uri Caine: piano John Hebert: bass Ben Perowsky: drums

The Thirteenth Assembly June 17, 9.00 p.m. This recently set-up band showcases the strong musical track records of its four musicians, who all trained alongside Anthony Braxton. Their innovative style, along with a common language and an experimental approach, have set them on the road towards the jazz of the future. Taylor Ho Bynum: horn Mary Halvorson: guitar Jessica Pavone: viola Tomas Fujiwara: drums

All tickets, 10 euros Advance sales at the museum ticket office and On sale at the Auditorium box office one hour before the performance. Audience members will not be allowed to enter the theatre once the performance has begun.

FILM SHOWING: LA ESCUELA OLVIDADA (THE LOST SCHOOL) Wednesday 30 March, 2011. 7.00 pm In line with MPM&rsquo";“s interest in education, and coinciding the with Malaga Spanish Film Festival, the MPM Auditorium will be hosting the screening of the documentary La escuela olvidada, (The Lost School), by director and script-writer Sonia Tercero. The film looks at one century in the history of education in Spain and at the country&rsquo”;“s drive for modernisation in the early 20th century, with the Instituto-Escuela&rsquo”;"s pedagogical experiment of mixed, secular education.

The film will be introduced by Carmen Sanchidrián, lecturer in History of Education at the University of Malaga. After the screening, there will be a talk featuring Sanchidrián and Sonia Tercero. Free entrance until all seats are taken.

SEMINARS AT THE PICASSO SUCCESS AND FAILURE OF 80S PAINTING April - May 2011 To coincide with the exhibition Kippenberger Meets Picasso, and in order to reflect on the circumstances in which art was practiced in the 1980s, the Museo Picasso Málaga is organizing this seminar to find out what went on at that time, based on the personal account of some of the protagonists. Three decades later, and in a situation not ideally suited to risk-taking, we ask how the 80s changed the way that we understand painting today.

Coordinated by arts agent Pedro Pizarro, the three consecutive sessions will provide an opportunity to listen to analysis by art critics, gallerists, arts agents and artists, who will assess what the period meant for Spanish art and how it succeeded, or failed, to achieve its &ldquo";“normalization&rdquo”;" on the international art scene.

April 27, 8.00 p.m. A Theoretical Approach With Manel Clot, Fernando Huici, &Aacute";"ngel Luis Pérez Villén and Kevin Power

May 4, 8.00 p.m. The Role of the Mediators With Juana de Aizpuru, Pepe Cobo, Norberto Dotor, Tecla Lumbreras

May 11, 8.00 p.m. The State in Andalusia With Chema Cobo, Curro González, Guillermo Paneque, Ignacio Tovar

Seminar coordinator: Pedro Pizarro

With the collaboration of the University of Malaga General public: free entrance until all seats are taken Students of the University of Malaga: for students wishing to obtain transfer course credits, both registration and attendance is compulsory. Registration period: from March 21 to April 20.

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