This was a complex year for us all, but still, I feel incredibly grateful for all the quality time spent with my loved ones and for the time spent reflecting and writing and just being.
Writer Cristina Pato has won the Afundación Journalism Prize: Fernández del Riego in its 17th edition for her article Parallel Realities, published in La Voz … More
The Daniel and Nina Carasso Foundation has announced the recipients of the Committed Artist Award. This first edition of the award emphasizes the value of meaningful artistic practices developed within the framework of collective and social projects. The award aims to bring to light outstanding artistic commitments.
Commissioned by Spain Arts & Culture and AECID and recorded this Fall in New York City, pianist and founder of the Afro Latin Jazz Alliance Arturo O’Farrill and Cristina performed and recorded this video together.
In honor of the United Nations’ 75th Anniversary and GivingTuesday, Playing For Change and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) are thrilled to announce Peace Through Music: A Global Event for Social Justice, exclusively on Facebook Live.
Cristina Pato has been nominated as one of the three finalists for the Afundación Journalism Prize: Fernández del Riego in its 17th edition for her article Parallel Realities, published in La Voz de Galicia on May 3rd of 2019.
Cristina is excited to be back, virtually, at The Chan Centre, in Vancouver, Canada. Her 2019 performance at The Chan, with the Cristina Pato Quartet, was listed by The Province’s Stuart Derdeyn as one of the 10 best concerts of 2019.
Cristina performed with artist Juan Valderrama in Madrid, for a concert celebrated following strict COVID-19 protocols, at the Conde Duque Cultural Center, for Los Veranos de la Villa concert cycle.
Although most of the season has been either cancelled or postponed due to the pandemic, Cristina Pato and Mazz Swift created a special online session of their fascinating Invisible(s) Project for Chautauqua Institution.
Singer and cellist Rosa Cedrón and pianist and bagpiper Cristina Pato reunite as SOAS, ten years after their joint project.
Although most of the performing season has been either cancelled or postponed due to the pandemic, Cristina continues with her academic life online, teaching her own NYU class “Invisible Music of Northern Spain” and joining Prof. James P. Honan and Prof. Michael Uy at Harvard University for guest lectures at their respective departments: Harvard Graduate School of Education and the Department of Music.
At least I can I continue writing my weekly columns for La Voz de Galicia. It gives me hope and a sense of purpose…