Madrid is a haven for artists, musicians, architects, designers and writers. Here are some of the things in the city for creative and the inspired.
Barrio Salamanca is known more for its high-end shops and pijo residents but its also home to one of Madrid’s great cultural centers – Fundación Juan March.
Madrid’s got dozens of places to watch flamenco, but many are designed for tourists. For something different, but larger, head to Auditorio Nacional.
Museo Sorolla is the most elaborate display not only of an artist’s body of work but also of his unconcealed personal life and surroundings.
With its thriving arts scene and high demand for English teachers, Madrid is home to many English speaking musicians in pursuit of bohemian dreams.
Three of Madrid’s independent theater groups and venues put on productions on small, even micro, scales that bring audiences into the scene.
Vivian Garcia brings together blues and flamenco in her unique musical style.
Cubism isn’t all about Picasso. Jennifer Walker shows us around the latest exhibition that aims to broaden our Cubist horizons.