This is the first monographic exhibition in Spain for the last 30 years on this great artist, a crucial figure of the painting of the second half of the 19th century. The show explores the relationship between the two genres that Cézanne practised with equal passion: landscapes and still lifes.
From 4 February to 18 May at the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum.
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With this opera, the author Christoph Willibald Gluck did not only achieve a radically innovative score, but he also gave dignity to women. In his idealisation of what is feminine, he uses characters such as Iphigenia or Alcestis, ready to sacrifice themselves for their consorts. The music director is Ivor Bolton and Krzysztof Warlikowski is the stage manager. On till 15 March.
The Biarritz Malandain Ballet has imbued this classic fairytale of ashes and magic -a story filled with tragic and humorous moments - with their characteristic creativity and energy. Setting the traditional story of Cinderella to Prokofiev's music, Thierry Malandain has produced a very personal choreography. 3 to 6 April.