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Forgotten Histories

4th February 2020

6 PM– 8 PM 

20 Cavendish Sq.,


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In this event, fascinating legacies and stories long waiting to be heard will be unearthed by our panel of experts, uncovering forgotten histories of the movement of people, business and culture between the UK and Latin America.

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SIMUC Piano Recital,
Danor Quinteros in Concert (free)

Mon, 17 February 2020

19:30 – 21:00 GMT

King's College London

Strand Campus

St Davids Room



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A fantastic evening with beautiful piano music from Chile performed by award-winning Chilean pianist Danor Quinteros.

About this Event

Award-winning Chilean pianist Danor Quinteros is coming to London

for a spectacular recital with classical music by Chilean

composers from different historical periods,

including an impressionist gem by Enrique Soro.

Chilean pianist Danor Quinteros has received critical acclaim and numerous national and international awards. Praised for his artistic subtlety and skill, he has appeared in multiple Halls and venues such as Teatro Municipal de Santiago, Tonhalle Zürich, Klavierfestival-Ruhr, Banff Centre and the Romanian Atheneum. Recently, Danor rendered a memorable performance of Rachmaninoff’s Second Piano Concerto with the George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra during the final of the Enescu Competition 2016 in Bucharest and was awarded the 3rd Prize.

This concert has been brought to London thanks to the support of King's College London and the International Society for Chilean Music.


See Danor in action here:

Danor plays Chopin

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Violence & Security in Cities: Mayoral Dialogue

20th February 2020

Time TBC 

20 Cavendish Sq., W1G 0RN

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Canning House’s Mayoral Dialogues offer a platform for knowledge exchange between leading regional policymakers to find practical solutions to issues affecting cities in both Latin America and the UK, such as infrastructure and financial services.

The first Mayoral Dialogue will focus on how challenges of violence and security can be addressed in major cities.

Our keynote speakers and panel will discuss their experiences and offer their expertise on how approaches to tackle issues of violence and security can be turned into effective solutions.

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LatAm Outlook

11th March 2020

8:45 AM -2 PM

​Four Seasons Park Lane,


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Canning House and our partners look ahead to examine the forces shaping Latin America’s political, economic, social and business environment over the next 5 years and beyond.

The Canning House Latin American Outlook will authoritatively assess the forces shaping Latin America’s political, economic, social and business environment over the next 5 years and beyond, and project their likely impact on society, financial and economic development, and trade and investment.

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The Canning Conference 2020:
The Canning Agenda 10 Years On

Wed, 25 March 2020

9 AM– 1 PM 

​Clothworkers' Hall,


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Ten years after the UK Government launched its Canning Agenda, announcing its intention to re-engage with Latin America, the Canning Conference 2020 seeks to review progress and establish how successful it has been, and identify what needs to be done to accelerate the progress of a revitalised relationship between Latin America and the UK.

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‘Aysen Landscapes’ Exhibition 

by Colin Taylor

Private view: Wed, 26 March 2020

Open to the public: 27 March until 16 April 2020

Time: TBC

Embassy of Chile

37-41 Old Queen Street,

London SW1H 9JA

This is a series of paintings about Aysen in Chile.

"I had little prior knowledge of the region before travelling there and I decided to avoid too much searching on the internet, preferring instead to encounter the landscape at first hand.

My immediate response was an admiration of the pristine environment;

human intervention and infrastructure is minimal and contained. 

There was also a sense, and this stuck with me throughout that despite its scale and scape, the landscape was wrapped around you, something that you can touch and that you are part of.

Possibly because it was completely unknown terrain, my experience of it was not simply

as a visual prospectus for a painter, but as a landscape to be part of. 

I’ve been fascinated by ‘landscape’ for a long time. Why it looks the way it does?

How it’s evolved, managed, used, sometimes abused and as it relates to my own work,

is it possible to transfer personal experience to a single visual image?  

It took some time though before it became apparent to me that there was a common denominator between the process of painting and climbing mountains; for me painting is not

simply about looking and mountains are not just a physical challenge,

in both instance the mental or psychological barrier is predominant."

Colin has exhibited throughout the UK and has also had solo exhibitions in

Germany, Ireland, New York, Washington DC and Paris.

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