On September 26, Cristina offers her first public lecture as King Juan Carlos I of Spain Chair in Spanish Culture and Civilization at NYU.
The second week of September marks the wrap-up of Cristina’s Summer course for the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) … More
July brought Cristina to Rosalía de Castros’s home, for the festival Abride A Fiestra, hosted by the Rosalía de Castro … More
The King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center is pleased to announce that Cristina Pato, Galician bagpiper, musician, writer, producer, and educator, will serve as King Juan Carlos Chair for the 2019-2020 academic year at New york University.
During this month of May Cristina has been embarked in the production of Yo-Yo Ma’s Day of Action in Barcelona. … More
The Cristina Pato Quartet was received in Vancouver last thursday April 11th with a full house and standing ovations at the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts.
Cristina will be touring the US with Silkroad this month, and she is incredibly excited to perform the world premiere of Remolinos, a new piece for Galician bagpipe and marimba, written by Edward Perez.
After a successful Winter Tour through the US, Cristina is very exited to set off with the Silkroad Ensemble in their very first tour in Australia and New Zealand.
On February 9th, in collaboration with the Consello da Cultura Galega (Council for Galician Culture) and the Secretaría Xeral de … More
Cristina is once again back in the US, ready to greet the new year with a Silkroad tour.
Just because 2018 is about to end (and a picture is worth a thousand words) we have created a short … More
The last engagements of the year include Cristina’s lecture “Transcending Disciplines: The Sustainable Artist of the 21st Century” at Pratt … More