President: Aitor González de Langarica Mendizabal
DEATH IN AMARA
On June 27, 1960, Jesusa Ibarrola wanted to buy shoes for her 20-month-old daughter Begoña. She left the child in the care of her aunt Soledad, who was working in the locker room of the Amara train station. But a bomb exploded and Begoña died a few hours later. The Francoist authorities said that it had been a terrorist attack, but they never informed about the identity of the perpetrators. No arrests were made and no one was brought to trial. The case remained unsolved and fell into oblivion.View +
THE SIMPLE ART
Known fundamentally for the 10 Basque Melodies, Jesús Guridi goes further in time and form. His inexhaustible work stands out for the variety of genres he explored, always achieving results of enormous quality. He was able to draw, with his sensitivity, part of our musical history.View +
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