The Casals Festival is a classical music festival held in Puerto Rico every year since 1956, when it was founded by cellist and conductor Pablo Casals. There is another Casals Festival in France where the famous musician also spent time…but handily, our gorgeous vintage 1980 poster says Puerto Rico, so we know where it came from. A neodeco specimen in a saturated pink, this poster remains in excellent condition and would make any home just a little more cultured.
21 3/4" x 16 3/4"image
22 3/4" x 17 3/4" edge to edge
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