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National Symphony Orchestra Musicians Engage Audiences at Madrid-Puerta de Atocha Train Station

A group of four musicians of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts National Symphony Orchestra offered a surprise performance at Madrid-Puerta de Atocha train station in the morning of Friday, February 5, taking advantage of the Orchestra’s presence in the city. Among other, they performed the jazz standard “That’s A Plenty,” “Power” ...
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A Group of Journalists and Communication Professionals Visits ¨Art in Embassies¨ Exhibit

Ambassador Costos´ residence opens its doors again to show its contemporary art collection. A group of journalists and communication professionals have had the occasion to see on first hand the main art works of well-known American and Spaniard artists exhibit within the ¨Art in Embassies¨ initiative framework. This program belongs to the State Department and ...
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Duke University Professor Bruce Jentleson Visits Spain

Bruce Jentleson, electoral campaign expert and political science professor at Duke University, visited Spain to share his experiences with journalists and political experts. After leading a roundtable discussion with Spanish reporters at the U.S. Embassy, Jentleson gave us an overview of two key themes in the upcoming Presidential election: Foreign policy, and the concerns of ...
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Design Thinking Workshop – USembassyMadrid JuntoSalimos Entrepreneurship Node

This hands-on workshop open to entrepreneurs led participants through the design thinking process. Together we explored how human-centered design can help develop innovative solutions for the complex challenges we face as business people, non-profit leaders, entrepreneurs, and global citizens. Through the recently launched initiative “Embassy and JuntoSalimos Entrepreneurship Node”, the Embassy will organize a series ...
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