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Gran Gala Flamenco, the Palau gives a run through different flamenco rhythms or "styles" (Fandango, Seguidilla, Alegría, Bulería, Tarantos, Guajira…) by flamenco artists who are breaking into the Spanish artistic scene.
Thanks to this series of performances, enthusiasts of the flamenco, can enjoy evenings full of strength, music, spirit and dance in all its aspects.
In the cycle "Opera and Flamenco", we will be able to enjoy the performance "Historia de un amor", choreographed by the great Rafael Amargo. A couple of dancers unleash their flamenco passion to music by Verdi, Bizet, Falla or popular flamenco music, with the voices of flamenco singer Joaquin "El Duende", the soprano Alina Furman and the tenor Ezequiel Casamada.
The Ukraine State Orchestra and choir put all their artistic quality at the service of the best arias, duets, quartets and choral music of the brilliant composer Giuseppe Verdi. An impressive selection that runs through the most heart-rending melodies, from the Triumphal March of Aida, to the Anvil Chorus of Il Trovatore passing through "Va Pensiero" of Nabucco. The programme also includes fragments and pieces of other outstanding operas such as Don Giovanni and La Traviata with its famous toast.
Carl Orff's most famous work, Carmina Burana celebrates life, love, dancing, drinking and hedonism – but always with an eye on the role of fate. Based on 24 mediaeval Latin poems whose carefree spirit contrasts vividly with traditional concepts of life and death in the Middle Ages, this sweeping and powerful cantata for large-scale chorus, orchestra and soloists was a huge success at its 1937 premiere. Its worldwide popularity since then has made it a firm favourite with both singers and audiences alike. It will be accompanied by Beethoven's 9th Symphony with its immortal Ode to Joy.
The Ukrainian State Symphony Orchestra and Choir,consecrated as one of the most outstanding institutions of his country, has developed over the years an intense local and international activity, performing in the main venues in Spain and Europe, with a vast and diverse repertoire.
It seems fair to say that music is experiencing something of a golden age at the moment. New sounds seem to emerge on a weekly basis, and the creation of streaming and sharing technology has made it a more democratic sector allowing an amazing spectrum of performers to emerge to entice and delight our senses. Music festivals are riding the wave of this talent, giving fans the chance to revel in live shows from their favourite acts while discovering numerous others. And when it comes to festivals, it's generally accepted that Barcelona's Primavera Sound is one of the biggies. Each year, the roster of acts, both home-grown and from around the world, gets longer, more diverse and more inviting. Hundreds of concerts, thousands of fans (many from abroad), and one fantastic festival. They also organise Primavera Pro, a global meeting for music industry professionals, and includes debates, networking sessions, conferences, workshops and showcases.
"Music, lectures, panel discussions and more music. I'd already heard of this amazing festival where you can discover up-and-coming and established musicians, but now that I've been I can't wait to go back."
Further proof that Barcelona attracts the most incredible range of musicians to perform here comes in the shape of this popular music festival. Starting in late autumn and spread out over various months through to the spring, the 'Millennium Festival' (the name comes from the fact that it was inaugurated back at the turn of the millennium) features an average of 50 concerts, bringing joy into the lives of music fans during what is the quietest time of year for such happenings. Its appeal is increased ten-fold by the effort by organisers Concert Studio to create an eclectic programme that really lives up to the adage 'something for everybody'. So, if the first part of the season 2017-2018, the bill included José James, Buika, Fuel Fandango or Carla Morrison, the second part is reserved to artists of great level as Pastora Soler, Salvatore Ádamo, Michael Nyman, Diana Navarro and the incredible Apocalyptica.
Logicaltramp's two-hour show includes all the greatest hits, the epic album tracks and even some rarities for die-hard fans, in a passionate tribute to the compositions of Rick Davies and Roger Hodgson. Endorsed and encouraged by Supertramp band members, these talented musicians have played to thousands of cheering fans across the UK and Europe and been highly-praised by international critics.
PedreraArtlab is a Catalunya-La Pedrera Foundation programme linking new groups from the independent music scene with young creative talents, secondary schools and leading art colleges.
Each session in this concert cycle is the result of connecting music and different artistic disciplines, emerging from a process involving research, innovation and creativity. The idea of this programme is to promote young creative people and develop their talent, creativity and versatility. A platform for creative youngsters to make themselves heard, supporting approaches that stimulate creative talent.
PedreraArtlab is a laboratory for new artistic experiences committed to interdisciplinary relationships as a driving force for creativity and presenting the resulting work at La Pedrera in a unique, outstanding concert cycle.
Over its 181 years of history, the Restaurant 7 Portes has hosted a range of cultural and artistic activities. It was the regular meeting place for leading people like Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró, Rafael Alberti, García Lorca, Salvador Dalí. The walls of this establishment have been and are the testimonial of viewpoints and opinions from many different fields.
Following this vocation and commitment, 7 Portes is presenting the 6th season of Lyrical Dinners. Three dinners based on a lyrical vocal performance, with the participation of young talents, accompanied by Josep Buforn at the piano. An opera informative activity to present young opera singers, some of whom are already well-known to the public and critics. And with the collaboration and expert assessment of Roger Alier and Jordi Maddaleno.
Gastronomy naturally plays an important role. A perfect balance for all senses.
The 18th edition of Rec.0 Experimental Stores is being held at the old industrial district of Rec in Igualada, just 40 minutes from Barcelona. This fashion festival, which transforms old, abandoned factories into fashion pop-up stores, is where the best labels and designers hold special sales of stocks at radical prices.
Festival Rec.017| Experimental Stores, the most experimental shopping benchmark, combines major international brands with emerging Catalan fashion. Over 90 labels, including: Levi's, Adidas, Mango, Sita Murt, Pepe Jeans, Kickers, Lacoste, Reebok, Nice Things, Kaotiko, Camper, Sebago, Textura, Castañer, ... apart from alternative Catalan designers and fashion, like Miriam Ponsa, Josep Abril, Txell Miras, Who, Susi Sweet Dress, Carlotaoms, Rita Row,... And children's fashion labels, such as Tinny Cottons, yporqué, Bean's Barcelona, 1+ in the family, Piu et Nau,...
Rec.0 is a great festival where fashion coexists with gastronomy and culture. At Rec Street Food, visitors have the chance to visit over 40 food trucks and pop up bars, plus a complete cultural agenda of concerts, books, recitals, dance, video projections, performed on the 3 stages of the circuit.
For 15 years, Rec.0 Experimental Stores has been the largest concentration of special sales in southern Europe, a unique experience combining fashion, shopping, gastronomy and music in a unique setting: the old factories of the Rec district, which preserves the essence and authenticity of a century ago.
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