ILAMS (the Iberian and Latin American Music Society) is a society to promote the classical music of Spain, Portugal and the countries of Latin America.

Amongst its honorary members ILAMS is privileged to enjoy the support of such world-renowned musical figures as John Williams, Daniel Barenboim, Teresa Berganza, Maria Isabel de Falla, Alicia de Larrocha, Odaline de la Martinez, Aurora Nátola-Ginastera, Marlos Nobre, José Serebrier, Andrés Ruiz Tarazona and Alicia Terzián.  Since its inception, ILAMS has made a crucial contribution to the promotion of Latin musical culture in the UK through an annual diary of varied musical events at some of London’s most prestigious venues, including Queen Elizabeth Hall, Wigmore Hall and St John’s Smith Square and featuring famous names such as Paco Peña, Fabio Zanon, the Coro Cervantes, Douglas Riva, Clara Rodríguez, Jose Serebrier, Carole Farley and John Constable, amongst many others.  Many important Iberian and Latin American works have also been premiered in the UK by ILAMS.

The important work undertaken by the Society would not be possible without the commitment of our members and volunteers, and the support of our sponsors and donors.  If you are interested in Iberian and Latin American Music and have some free time to spare, we are currently seeking people to help us in various areas of the Organisation.  Please contact us using the online form.

 ILAMS is a charity registered in England and Wales, No. 1092749.




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