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The Goñi and Rey Foundation and Ángel Corpa present disc-book at Seville Book Fair

Posted on 29 may 2014
Last Friday May 23, the Goñi and Rey Foundation presented the disc-book ‘Aquí te amo. 12 poemas de amor y una canción desesperada. Ángel Corpa canta a Pablo Neruda’ at the Seville Book Fair. In it, the singer and songwriter, also member of the Jarcha Group has brought music and singin...
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The Goñi and Rey Foundation signs collaboration agreement with Ángel Corpa

Posted on 27 may 2014
      The Goñi and Rey Foundation and known singer and songwriter from the Jarcha group, Ángel Corpa, signed a collaboration agreement for the editing of a disc-book in which he will sing and put music to the work of Chilean poet Pablo Neruda. The work chosen for this p...
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The Goñi and Rey Foundation celebrates Book Day with the Announcement of the Painting Contest Winner

Posted on 25 abr 2014
Me gustas cuando callas porque estás como ausente, y me oyes desde lejos, y mi voz no te toca. Parece que los ojos se te hubieran volado y parece que un beso te cerrara la boca. Como todas las cosas están llenas de mi alma emerges de las cosas, llena del alma mía. Mariposa de sueño, t...
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The Goñi and Rey Foundation will collaborate with the Avanza Foundation in the First International “Julio García Casas” Piano Competition for Young Talents

Posted on 24 mar 2014
The Goñi and Rey Foundation includes among its activities the organization and promotion of projects of a cultural nature, and the collaboration with other institutions that seek to achieve similar goals.                       &nb...
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Mr. Francisco Márquez Villanueva passes away

Posted on 28 ene 2014
Mr. Francisco Márquez Villanueva, professor emeritus of Literature at Harvard University, as well as a former student and teacher at the School, passed away last June in Boston. He was 82 years old. The Colegio de San Francisco de Paula and the Goñi and Rey Foundation would like to jo...
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