The aim of the Fundación Jesús Serra Poetry Competition is to promote the writing of this literary genre. The 15th edition will be held in 2022.
At Fundación Jesús Serra we are committed to promoting art, especially new artistic talent in poetry and music.
One of our objectives is to support and promote creation, and poetic creativity among all age groups, from small children to adults, with an exceptional talent for this genre, both in Spanish or Catalan. Our collaboration with the Fundación Jesús Serra Poetry Competition, and also our Poetízate programme, are two examples of actions we carry out with to place value on the role of poetry as a vehicle for explaining the world we live in.
In addition to poetry, the Foundation also supports young new musical talent. Our concerns are focused on disseminating the practice of music, specifically the piano. We collaborate with the Maria Canals International Music Competition, and we also fill the streets of the main cities of Spain with music with the "Your city is filled with pianos" project.
Neither can we never forget our duty to young children. Thanks to our "Me Toca" programme and artistic promotion actions, we bring music to the youngest members of the public, as well as those in a situation of social vulnerability.
Fundación Jesús Serra is committed to musical culture and that it is best developed through concerts. An example of this is the winner of the Maria Canals International Music Competition.
Thanks to our programme "Your city is full of pianos", we are flooded with music, specifically from grand pianos, in the main cities of Spain.
We work closely with the Maria Canals International Music Competition, promoting new musical talents. The winner of the event will perform at four concerts, aimed at promoting their music.
During the month of June 2022, diplomas were awarded for the social project "It's my turn!", organised with the Maria Canals International Music Competition.
On 20 May, the streets of Cáceres hosted grand pianos for those who wanted to play them.