Arts and culture in brief the week ahead in Costa Rica

first_imgCelebrate International Jazz Day at El Sótano in Barrio Amón, which for the fourth year running will celebrate the big day with a star-studded lineup headlined by New York-based pianist Theo Hill in a trio rounded out by Max Esquivel (Costa Rica) and Sotiris Ntouvas (Greece), as well as Dr. Soul, Olé Jazz and more. The official UNESCO Jazz Day concert at the White House in Washington will also be screened as part of the celebrations (Saturday, April 30).Frankenstein takes San José: an innovative staging of Mary Shelley’s classic tale will take place at the National Theater, focusing on the psychological and physical violence the character suffers (Friday, April 29).Feel like catching a show, but not buying tickets or making arrangements? Sometimes it’s as easy as walking down the street: check out the National Dance Company’s al fresco performance on Avenida Central, next to the clock by the Plaza de la Cultural, today at 11 a.m. (Friday, April 29). Facebook Comments Related posts:Nrmal Festival, Expo Tattoo, and other happenings around Costa Rica ‘Abominable Creatures,’ contemporary dance, and other happenings around Costa Rica India Fest, San Ramón run and other happenings around Costa Rica Palmares Fest, Live Opera Screening, and other happenings around Costa Ricalast_img read more

Related Flights to Melbourne from Doha readied for

first_img RelatedFlights to Melbourne from Doha readied for December launchQatar Airways has announced its intention to commence flights to Australia before the end of the year.Flights to Melbourne from Doha readied for December launchQatar Airways has announced its intention to commence flights to Australia before the end of the year.Flights to Melbourne from Doha readied for December launchQatar Airways has announced its intention to commence flights to Australia before the end of the year. Qatar Airways has announced its intention to launch new flights to Australia and increase its flight network in India and Europe.The plans, which form part of the airline’s northern winter 2009 schedules, involve the introduction of flights to Sydney and Melbourne and services to Goa and Amritsar in India.Furthermore, Qatar Airways will be looking to launch two new European flights during the next nine months.Akbar Al Baker, the airline’s chief executive, said that the current economic downturn would not affect the carrier’s expansion plans.”We can finally look forward to entering the Australian market with vigour as we will have the aircraft to serve this highly popular market non-stop from Doha,” he said.Mr Al Baker added that he was “pleased” to be expanding into India, saying that establishing air links between Qatar and one of the world’s fastest growing economies is “of paramount importance”.Qatar Airways announced last month that it would reduce its fuel surcharges on flights in its international network.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more