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  • Alabama Gospel Choir

    Alabama Gospel Choir

    Alabama, one of the southern states of the United States, is the cradle of Gospel, a style forged by slaves which is dedicated to praising the word of God. Several centuries after its birth, Gospel continues to bear the same strength and is now much more spectacular. In fact the Alabama Gospel Choir will fill: the Palau de la Música. A mystical, intense and definitely vibrant experience.

  • New Year's concert - Strauss Festival Orchestra and Ballet

    New Year's concert - Strauss Festival Orchestra and Ballet

    In keeping with tradition, the Strauss Festival Orchestra will perform the best waltzes, polkas and marches by Strauss:  Napoleon, Waltz of the flowers, Klipp Klapp, The emperor waltz or Champagne. The most famous waltz of all will also be performed: The Blue Danube, together with the Radetzky march which usually ends the evening to the beat of the audience applause. This renowned orchestra has 28 years of success with audiences of over 5 million throughout the world.

    Tickets on sale at the Plaça Catalunya Tourist Office, Plaça Sant Jaume Tourist Office, Sants Station, Oficina Catedral (COAC), Oficina Rambla-Liceu and Mirador de Colom.

  • Christmas at Font Màgica

    Christmas at Font Màgica

    The most famous fountain of Barcelona becomes more magical than ever during these holidays. The choreographs, in which the movement of water combines with the coloured lights and music, are getting ready for Christmas. The aquatic ballet of the city will dance to classical Christmas carols and other music of today by well-known groups.

    Similarly to other years, on 31 December, the fountain will host the New Year's Eve show and on 5 January, the special Three Kings Procession.

  • Blues and classical music concerts at the MEAM

    Blues and classical music concerts at the MEAM

    The European Museum of Modern Art, the MEAM, located in a Baroque building of the 18th century (Palau Gomis), is offering more than contemporary figurative art. A series of activities related to music is planned throughout the year, to enjoy a different kind of program.

    Every Friday evening, the museum is filled with music. The Friday's Blues cycle offers the possibility of enjoying a concert of bluegrass blues, swing and jazz. Bands bring their instruments to accompany the works and fill the museum with music for visitors to enjoy. Saturday evenings are reserved for classical music. The concerts usually start at half-past five and include an afternoon snack.

    Before the concerts, you can visit the collection exhibiting the best of contemporary figurative art. This is a feature of MEAM and highlights it from other contemporary art museums.

  • The Beatles Tribute - The Mersey Beatles

    The Beatles Tribute - The Mersey Beatles

    There are many tribute bands to the Beatles, but The Mersey Beatles are definitely the ones to revive the magic of the kings of pop. John Lennon's sister admitted that they were undoubtedly the best. The Mersey Beatles also come from Liverpool and since 1999 have been performing at the Cavern Club, where the authentic Beatles became known. We shall now have the chance to relive the legendary band at the Palau de Música with practically the same sound.

  • Rock Symphonic

    Rock Symphonic

    A tribute to the greatest bands on earth!!!!!! Queen, Deep Purple, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Eagles, Aerosmith, Scorpions and AC/DC.

    With powerful staging, the performance brings us the most well-known tracks of rock as we have never heard them before: We Will Rock You, Satisfaction, Hotel California or Sweet Child O'Mine.
    The stars of the evening are the famous quartet with an excellent career, The Feel'armonia, accompanied by the Rock Symphony Orchestra. They are performing an amazing show which takes the best rock music of all times to the heights of classical music.

  • Great hits of music film

    Great hits of music film

    Out of Africa, Gone with the Wind, Back to the Future, Gladiator... and other great soundtracks now leave cinemas to go to a symphony hall and show that they have their own personality apart from forming part of films.

    The Cinema Symphony Orchestra presents a programme that will excite all film enthusiasts and also music lovers in general, with immortal melodies that will help to establish some of the blockbuster films in the history of the seventh art. Universal music that forms part of the collective memory and still thrill us in the same way as when the films were screened.

  • The Four Seasons by Vivaldi and Ravel's Bolero

    The Four Seasons by Vivaldi and Ravel's Bolero

    With this work, Vivaldi wanted to capture in music the feelings he felt for the seasons of the year. It is an example of descriptive music, very fashionable in the Baroque era, although Vivaldi surpassed it by incorporating musical innovations and giving his music fresh and expressive strength. Of the vast composition production of Antonio Vivaldi, "The Four Seasons" is his most famous work. The four scores that form it ("Spring", "Summer", "Autumn" and "Winter") form part of a set of twelve concerts for violin and orchestra that opened in Amsterdam in 1725.

  • Concierto de Aranjuez

    Concierto de Aranjuez

    The Evening of the Spanish Guitar brings us the heart of Spain. With music inspired in tradition and lyrical melodies, the vibrant tones of the guitar and its rhythmic energy captures the sounds and Spanish feeling like no other instrument.
    The star work of the programme is the “Concierto de Aranjuez” by Joaquín Rodrigo, the fetish work of the guitarist Rolando Saad. He has played it over 900 times to more than two million people in the main music halls of Europe and with prestigious orchestras, including the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra of London. The virtuoso performance by Rolando Saad captures and transmits to audiences the joyful spirit of the work and the reminiscence of happy days in the parks of Aranjuez, in the most beautiful dialogue written for music between the guitar and orchestra. “El Amor Brujo” by Falla and “Carmen” complete the programme dedicated to Spanish music.

  • Jamboree

    Jamboree

    It dates back to over half a century and can boast that it offers live music 356 days a year. The Sala Jamboree is the Barcelona temple of jazz par excellence, where great legends and young promises of jazz have played. Figures like Bill Coleman, Kenny Drew, Chet Baker, Ponny Poindexter, Art Farmer, Lou Bennet, Stéphan Grappelli, Kenny Clarke, Cecil Taylor, Elvin Jones, Steve Grossman and Al FosGordon have all been on stage. All styles are represented, from vanguard to Dixieland passing through bop, fusion, vocal jazz, mainstream, nu-jazz, tango-jazz, flamenco jazz and Latin jazz, without forgetting other Afroamerican styles such as blues and gospel. This venue is a cultural benchmark of Barcelona, which won the Gold Medal of the city. Check it out every day at 8 pm or at 10 pm.  

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