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…
On Thursday March 5th, Cristina will be hosting her last lecture as part of her duties as the King Juan Carlos Chair in Spanish Culture and Civilization at NYU.
Cristina starts the new year joining artist and professor Arturo O’Farrill at UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles) for his … More
On Thursday, December 5th, Cristina hosts the fourth public lecture as King Juan Carlos I of Spain Chair in Spanish … More
On November 16th, Cristina joins Yo-Yo Ma and Sandeep Das for the Centennial Gala Dinner of the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University.
November brings Cristina several events in some of the most prestigious education centers of the US: On Friday November 1st Boston … More
On Thursday, October 17, Cristina hosts the second public lecture as King Juan Carlos I of Spain Chair in Spanish … More
Here’s a nice little video released by NYU’s King Juan Carlos Center, introducing Cristina as 2019-2020 King Juan Carlos Chair.
On September 26, Cristina offers her first public lecture as King Juan Carlos I of Spain Chair in Spanish Culture and Civilization at NYU.