Iberian and Latin American Music Society

ILAMS (the Iberian and Latin American Music Society), a society based in London, promotes the classical music of the Iberian peninsula (Spain and Portugal) and Latin American countries. It has arranged first UK performances of many important Iberian and Latin American works.

The society was founded in 1997 by a group of classical performers, musicologists and music journalists. The founding committee included The founding commitee included Lionel Salter, Gerald Crowson, David Walton, Clara Walton, José Luis García, and Enrique Pérez de Guzmán.

A selection of articles about Iberian and Latin American Music Society

Ensemble. Intimately Done - Paul Sarcich was at the Echoes Festival's PanAmericana concert, which illustrated the cross-influence between North and South American music

Ensemble. Wit and Effervescence - Music in the Time of Goya, by Derek Murray

Ensemble. Liquid Velvet - Paul Wiffen listens to the new soprano-piano duo TangOpera

 

 

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