We extend our deep appreciation to all who have participated in the celebration of the Joaquín Nin-Culmell centenary and in the development of this web site.
IN SPAIN we say thank you to:
IN FRANCE to:
Lluis Juste y de Nin for all you have done and continue to do, and for your lovely "Letter from Barcelona"
Mònica Pagès for being a super-coordinator of the centenary
Jorge de Persia and Xosé Aviñoa for their contribution to the exposition
Anna Caballé for her article on Anaïs Nin
Alex Susanna, director of the Fundación Caixa de Catalunya
Josep Maria Ainaud, historian
Maria Luisa Cantos, pianist
Núria Viladot, director of Columna Música
Helena Mora, president of the Victoria de los Ángeles Foundation
Dolors Lamarca, director of the Library of Catalonia
Montserrat Bonet, choral conductor of several works of Joaquín
Yolanda Guasch, director of the Boileau publishing house in Barcelona which published the Quintet for piano and string quartet
The Ana María Iriarte Foundation and to Ana María Iriarte herself, for her constant and long term efforts and hard work to bring about, at long last, the production of "La Celestina"
Alejandro Inurrieta, Director of the Ana María Iriarte Foundation.
The Rosés family, especially Mercedes Batlló de Rosés and her daughter Cuca and son-in-law José María Bartumeus for their friendship and hospitality towards Joaquín who stayed in their home for so many years whenever he was in Barcelona. It was there where he composed his Tonadas and he began composing La Celestina.
IN UNITED STATES to:
Patricia Alía and Gérald Hugon, from the publishing house in Paris, Éditions Max Eschig, now Durand/Salabert/Eschig/ Universal Music Publishing Group.
IN MÉXICO to:
David Thompson who designed and established the web page which preceded this one
Arlene B. Woehl for her stunning article "España me persigue"
Jennifer Melnick, designer of this web site
Ronald Broude, director of the Broude Bros. Limited publishing house, for his lavish generosity with the sheet music of Joaquínšs compositions making it possible for many fine pianists and choral directors to learn about Joaquín and to play his works for the public.
Benjamin Franklin V, for his permission for us to use the portrait of Joaquín at 16 painted by Paul Swan in Paris
Charles Thorvald Nin, my dear brother, for his help in translations and many other things
Kitzia Nin, my niece, for her help in public relations matters