Interview

Natalia Laing and Mandy Kellor with Nicole Millar on EL PUNT AVUI TV/  ARCHIVE

From Adelaide to Barcelona

You're my first Australian guests, though Barcelona is now your home. How did you arrive here?Mandy: Well, I came here first when I was 27, and I just had this incredible desire that I needed to come to...

Neus Figueras talking to Neil Stokes on El Punt Avui TV. /  ARCHIVE

On effort and motivation

You have had a lifetime working with English. What is your personal story of living with English?Well, I started quite late with my English; I did most of my learning locally and it has taken a long time....

Miriam Victoria, president of the Associació Moda de Catalunya i Balears during the interview at Begur's Hotel el Convent   JOE HOGAN

An insider speaks out

Miriam Victoria, president of the Associació Moda de Catalunya i Balears, talks fashion to Catalonia Today

Petar Radojkovic with Nicole Millar on EL PUNT AVUI TV/  ARCHIVE

From Belgrade to Barcelona

You are from Serbia and speak perfect English. How did Barcelona become your home?It's funny, when I think of that question. It only became my home when I made my family here. But how I ended up in Barcelona......

Els Amics de les Arts during the interview on El Punt Avui Televisió.

Four for the price of one

Welcome Edu, Dani, Joan Enric and Ferran! I know you're quite busy at the moment, so many thanks for coming.Dani: We are at the end of our tour, it's a moment of a lot of work and lots of emotions too!What...

Llibert Fortuny talking to Neil Stokes on El Punt Avui TV. /  ARCHIVE

Telling stories with music

When did you start with the saxophone?When I was a kid. I first played the piano and acoustic guitar. Then, in a local music shop I saw an electric saxophone; it was like a toy but I knew that was what...

Elaine Blaus during the interview on El Punt Avui Televisió.

Putting English to the test

Your surname doesn't sound very English.It sounds more Catalan than English but in fact it's Latvian. My father was from Latvia, although I was born in England and my mother is English.But you have spent...

Salvador Macip talking to Neil Stokes on El Punt Avui TV. /  ARCHIVE

Beat cancer by living longer

Why cancer research?Cancer was what interested me the most. Cancer is a very important disease that has a lot of impact, and from the biological point of view it is fascinating how a single cell can wreak...

Kobie du Plessis with her harp  ARCHIVE
ECClub reading group books

From South Africa to Barcelona

An internationally know harpist lends her skills to the ECClub reading groups

Carles Reixach next to the Eumes logo.

A mix of musical tools and concepts

Inspired by advanced music schools in London and New York, Eumes is training a new generation of musicians in both classical and technological techniques