Centre for the Study of Hispanic Exile

Location

Granada

Significant Events

1890 Américo Castro
Arrives in Spain for the first time.
1900–1904 Américo Castro
University degree in Arts and Letters.
1928 Rodolfo Halffter
Two-month stay in Granada where he took advice from Manuel de Falla
1932 José Rubia Barcia
The Republican government founds the Escuela de Estudios Arabes and Rubia Barcia is awarded a fellowship.
20 Jul 1953 Antonio [Antonio Ruiz Soler]
Presented his new Ballet Español at the International Festival of Music and Dance in Granada. He created new choreographies, such as Llanto por Manuel de Falla, to music by Asension, Allegro de concierto to music by Granados, Serranos de Vejer after García Soler, and Suite de Sonatas after father Soler. Coreographies on dances included Suite de danzas vascas and El segoviano esquivo
1 Jul 1960 Francisco Ayala
First trip to Spain since going into exile.
1993 Rafael Alberti
Awarded the Premio Andalucía de las Letras in Granada. Receives the Medalla de Oro de Bellas Artes from King Juan Carlos in Valencia. Renews his Communist party membership.
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