LACCS-UK IS AN INDEPENDENT AND NON-PROFITABLE ORGANISATION FOUNDED IN LONDON (1983), WITH THE AIM TO CONTRIBUTE AND PROMOTE CULTURAL UNDERSTANDING AMONGST NATIONS ACCREDITED TO THE COURT OF ST. JAMES'S IN THE UNITED KINGDOM.
THE YEAR 2020 AND 2021 MARKS THE 37th & 38th ANNIVERSARY OF LACCS-UK WORKING IN SOCIAL AND CULTURAL DIPLOMACY, WITH SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE MUSIC OF THE WORLD.
Latin American and Caribbean Cultural Society has been working since 2015 as LACCS-UK, promoting global understanding of the culture phenomenon in the 21st century with its historical changes and interdependencies.
JR MONROY EMERITUS PROFESSOR
Founder and Hon. Chair LACCS-UK
38th Anniversary Programme 2021
THREE- DIMENSIONAL DIALOGUE
The Experience in Music, Art-Film and Composition with its Social Cultural Interpretations and challenges.
Tuesday 15th June 2021.
5PM London Time.
J R MONROY TALKS WITH:
Film Historian and Producer
PEOPLE'S REPUBLICA OF CHINA
Composer of Symphonies
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LACCS-UK fifth dialogue will be focussed in the Art Creation of Music: melody, harmony and rhythm. In addition, we will exploring ideas how film was transformed in a seven human art, its present captivity by the market. Moreover, we will attempt to know more about the symmetric work to create a symphony with its phenomenon of "leit-motif", or leading theme, finally: the art-social-product.
A Few Words by J.R.Monroy, Emeritus Professor, Hon. Chair.
LACCS-UK Webinar Series Culture, Music and Society,
has been a successful initiative and experience to contribute
to supersede the present crisis in the Arts in general and in
particular with classical Music around the world.
To discuss the lesson of the past in relation to composition and
performing art Emeritus Professor J R Monroy, Founder and
Hon Chair of LACCS-UK is inviting three distinguish composers
also performers of classical guitar to interchange professional
knowledges and to let us known about their intellectual experiences
writing music to be published and to be memorised for a live
concert or for a recording studio. How music and composers
social roles are evaluated in society? Is Music a useful educational
tool in transitional societies, such as Americas, Africa, Asia?
Why is European classical music a global model to be followed?
Could it be alternative music references or rhythms from
less industrial societies useful contributions to enrich the
universal conception of music? This and other questions
will be analysed in this coming LACCS-UK webinar.
Covid-19 pandemic has changed our social habits and affected
our daily domestico and working life, a new phenomenon of
social-discomfort have started influencing social routines and
people's family and working lives. What to do in this complex
social circumstances when authorities are learning how to
control and to guide us to avoid health problems and
This epidemic is in a process to becoming part of our present
culture, associated with our common customs and beliefs in
different parts of the globe, accordingly to their respective level
of understanding and social capacity to confront it and to find
rational transitorial solutions. How far, and in what respect, science
is collaborating to alleviate this global pain and to protect millions
of human lives, which today are in danger of being contaminated
and to be erased from the surface of the planet earth. We all
pray to find a definitive scientific solution to this malefic pandemic
Culture and Music as intrinsically concatenated in all types of
Human Society, primitive, modern or super-industrial. Moreover,
The Cultural Evolution of mankind contributes to enhance the
social role and importance of music in any society, tribal or
civilized with different historical evolution.
Our webinar will be focussed in the present phenomenon of
music and its social-cultural inter-relations and how music,
culture and society are part of one and unique phenomenon
to create music, to entertain and to educate individuals and
crowds. We will focus our dialogue on personal experiences
of composers, performers and musicians, shall we say, all
of them, intellectual craftsmen of the performing art and
with a unique role in society.
According to our understanding their intellectual work not
only contributes to knowledge but also is part of the Human
Spirit and its place deep in mankind-society. In essence,
Music and Culture opened up the unlimited possibilities
of improving the moral and intellectual conditions of
I hope LACCS-UK webinars will awaken an intellectual
debate to upbringing a more comprehensive role of
music in society and in the Cultural Evolution of the
present Homo Sapiens.
LACCS-UK Condolences To Her Majesty The Queen And To The Royal Family On The Passing Of HRH The Duke Of Edinburgh.