Mon, Nov 21 at 7pm
Directed by Leyma López
Featuring Zulema Clares and Fernando Gazzaniga
Frederic Chopin and George Sand’s love story is full of contradictions, much like life itself. Shortly after they separate, Chopin enters the final stretch of his life. Aware of the end, Sand pays one last visit to Chopin. This is the starting point of Nocturnos: the words left unsaid, the hugs never given, the lost glances. Nocturnos not only alludes to the sublime works from Chopin, but also to his life in common with Sand, spending endless night awake composing art that would become eternal. When we listen to Nocturne by Chopin, there is something that moves inside, a caress, a hopeful embrace. It is direct contact with the soul. Nocturne is not only music; it is poetry. And in this powerful two-hander, poetry is not only music, it is love.