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At Illeslex Abogados we follow closely all the news of the cultural agenda in Mallorca, both for professional and personal reasons. We have a real passion for art and classical music, and this has undoubtedly led us to develop professional projects in both areas.
In May the Symphony Orchestra of the Balearic Islands will perform three concerts. The first will be on the 6th at the Trui Teatre in Palma, conducted by Pablo Mielgo and featuring Liam Bleuse on piano, Raphael Bleuse on violin, Emmanuel Bleuse as violinist and soprano Marta Bauzá.
This same concert, in terms of both the performers and the programme, will be repeated one day later, on the 7th of May, in the Auditorio de Manacor. And on the 13th, the Symphony Orchestra of the Balearic Islands will give its last concert of May, once again in the Trui Teatre and under the baton of its chief conductor, Pablo Mielgo. In this case with Mari-Ange NGuci at the piano, performing Concerto No. 2 for piano, OP 22, by Camille Saint-Saëns, and Symphony No. 4, "Romantic", Wab.104 by Anton Bruckner.
As for exhibitions, remembering that Palma has an extraordinary range of exhibitions that can be enjoyed in the city's art galleries, today we would like to highlight the one on offer at the Caixa Forum, which opened on the 7th of April and can be seen until the 15th of August: Non finito. The art of the unfinished.
It is an exhibition that invites us to undertake a "liquid", fluid and fluctuating reading of the art of the unfinished. fluid and fluctuating reading of art, focusing on processes, movements, fractures, minor existences, the unsaid. The notions of the perfect work and the unfinished work have been subject to continuous change. In classical times, the unfinished was interpreted as a "lack", but this distinction became increasingly porous and modernity was increasingly attracted to this fragmentary condition, considering it more lively and authentic, more exciting, full of suggestions. Like a breath of fresh air.
This exhibition features works by Joseph Beuys, Joaquín Sorolla, Baltasar Lobo, Fritz Lang, Alonso Berruguete, Marcel Duchamp, José Manuel Ballester and Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rij, among others. It can be visited from Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 8 pm, and on Sundays and public holidays from 11 am to 2 pm.