|Biblioteca Municipal, Casa de la Lectura, Sala Roja||Biblioteca Pública de Segovia||Campus de Santa Cruz la Real, IE University, Aula Magna||Campus de Santa Cruz la Real, IE University, MediaLab||Campus de Santa Cruz la Real, IE University, Refectorio||Huerta de Félix Ortiz||Plaza San Martín||Teatro Juan Bravo|
12. Vicente Molina Foix, José Ángel Mañas, Idoia Cantolla and Amarna Miller
A Day of Storytel Workshops
13. ABC Podcast: New languages for history
Diego Moreno Bermejo, Andrea Carrasco Mejuto, César Cervera, Jesús García Calero
14. Inua Ellams in conversation with Peter Florence
Identity, migration and coexistence
15. Mukul Kesavan in conversation with Llàtzer Moix and Laura Ventura
Gandhi’s Legacy and the New Wave of Nationalism
17. Emilio Gil and Eugenio Recuenco
Artistic Forms That Complement One Another
16. Raj Rewal in conversation with Llàtzer Moix
19. Ricardo Cárdenas
Exhibition Opening and Concert: Esculturas en libertad
18. Javier del Pino in conversation with Valeria Luiselli and Aurelio Martín
A vivir que son dos dias
21. Vicente Molina Foix in conversation with Renato Cisneros
20. Jeanne Gang and Martha Thorne in conversation with Edwin Heathcote
Architecture: a catalyst for change
Basilio Sánchez, Daniel Bloch, Lucía Naveiro, Jack Straker , Malak El Halabi, Jacob Axel Peter, Gede Witsen, Gabrielle Isa, Ellie Sande, Sarah Rachel Westvik, SAS.
Friday 20 September 2019, 7.30pm, Plaza San Martín
Plaza San Martín will be the epicentre of this celebration as it once again plays host to a popular evening party. The celebrations will surprise visitors with their energy and happiness. Master of ceremony Jan Box.
7.30pm: First readings alternating with music from across the world, in collaboration with the Music Club of IE University and representatives from IE Foundation Humanities Prizes. Participating artists include Nnamdi Ehirim (Nigeria), Bubelo Mlilo (Zimbabwe), Giedre Pavalkyte (Lithuania).
7:45pm: The Spanish Center for Reprographic Rights (CEDRO) organizes a session of three readings to recognize the work of writers, in which the poet Rosana Acquaroni, the novelist Amelia Pérez de Villar, and the dramatist Pedro Víllora, will read a fragment of his work to value the author's creative work.
8:00pm: Basilio Sánchez, 2019 International Poetry Prize Winner of LOEWE Foundation will read a fragment from He heredado un nogal sobre la tumba de los reyes.
9.30pm: Dutch creations take up the natural stage of the square with a captivated Crown by Aleia Roses, the church and its balconies for the closing ceremony, shaping a unique event dedicated to show the music and creators from the Netherlands. Readings in Dutch and Spanish by Jan William Box, that will read poems from Cees Nooteboom, Leonard Pfeijffer, Martius Nijhoff, Hugo Claus, among others, will establish a dialogue with the singer SAS joining into an alternative and original pop experience in an incomparable atmosphere among emblematic Castilian buildings and the intense red colour from the flowers. Own songs and covers in Spanish, English and Dutch, where Eurovision 2019 winning song by Duncan Lawrence will not be missed. SAS is a singer and songwriter born in Holland who provides acoustic performances. In 2008, thanks to a grant from AIE, she came to Spain to study flamenco singing in Fundación Cristina Heeren. There, she discovered her own voice and started to develop her music, composing, performing and recording her album Home.
Members of the audience and participants in the readings are invited to record themselves in a professional recording cabin located on Plaza Mayor. See event 29. Please register in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special offer for Hay Festival Segovia assitants and friends. 30 days free trial of Storytel">22. Voices in the Square
Nnamdi Ehirim, Bubelo Mlilo, Giedre Pavalkyte, CEDRO, Basilio Sánchez, Daniel Bloch, Lucía Naveiro, Jack Straker , Malak El Halabi, Jacob Axel Peter, Gede Witsen, Gabrielle Isa, Ellie Sande, Sarah Rachel Westvik, SAS.
24. María Dueñas in conversation with Jesús García Calero
Migration and Liberty
23. Marc Quinn in conversation with Dylan Jones
Our Blood: A social sculpture