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  • Barcelona Obertura Classic & Lyric: Spring Festival

    Barcelona Obertura Classic & Lyric: Spring Festival

    El Barcelona Obertura Spring Festival, a new venture of Barcelona Obertura Classic & Lyric, spreads classical music around the city and, for fifteen days, the best international artists are on stage at the three main venues: Gran Teatre del Liceu, Palau de la Música Catalana and L'Auditori.

    Barcelona Obertura Classic and Lyric brings together the city's key classical music venues to extend their global reach and reputation even further, and demonstrate Barcelona's wealth of classical music programming.

  • Opera. Passion, power and politics

    Opera. Passion, power and politics

    The Caixaforum is putting on an exhibition dedicated exclusively to the opera and which will take us on a tour of Venice, London, Vienna, Milan, Paris, Dresden, Barcelona and Leningrad. Through an immersive experience, visitors will be able to connect with the past, present and future of the opera in an all-consuming way. Fragments of several operas will play in perfect harmony with pieces of art hailing from more than 30 museums which will help us understand bel canto and its reflections in historical moments of change and revolution.

  • Aida - Giuseppe Verdi

    Aida - Giuseppe Verdi

    This magnum opus by Giuseppe Verdi comes to the Liceu Opera house with a hyperrealistic staging. This is the staging prepared by Josep Mestres Cabanes in 1945, a period of great splendor in Catalan stage design. A luxurious setting for the opera in which Verdi showcased his enormous talent. This intense drama narrates the love triangle between Aida, Amneris and Radamès with the backdrop of ancient Egypt, and is replete with magnificent arias.

  • Verdi's Traviata

    Verdi's Traviata

    In 1853, the La Fenice theater in Venice commissioned Verdi to compose an opera. This was the birth of La Traviata, one of the most famous operas of all time. Based on the novel Camille by Alejandro Dumas, this work is now being staged at the Palau de la Música Catalana with a symphonic orchestra, soloists, choirs, costumes and over eighty artists taking the stage.

  • La Bohème - Puccini

    La Bohème - Puccini

    With la Bohème, Giacomo Puccini composed an operatic depiction of bohemian life in the Paris of 1830. Based on the intertwining stories of young artists from the Latin Quarter of Paris and their love affairs, this opera in four acts premiered in 1896 in Turin and was highly successful. It has now come to the Palau de la Música in a dramatized two-hour version with symphonic orchestra, soloists and choir.

  • Dialogues of Tirant and Carmesina

    Dialogues of Tirant and Carmesina

    Joan Magrané has composed a new opera with a libretto by Marc Rosich, based on the medieval novel by Joanot Martorell 'Tirant lo Blanc'.With seduction as its central theme, the work includes three singers and a pared down orchestra that also appears on stage. Together they offer us a new modern and theatrical notion of the opera, one filled with expressiveness but that does not abandon its medieval heart.

  • La clemenza di Tito - Mozart

    La clemenza di Tito - Mozart

    Mozart composed this work while immersed in the creation of The Magic Flute. It was a commission to celebrate the coronation of Leopold II as king of Bohemia. The great composer set "La clemenza di Tito" in the Rome of the 1st century A.D, availing himself of amorous passion and hate to reflect the relationship between Vitellia and Sesto with the emperor Tito at the center of the plot. Mozart composed the opera within the most serious canons and conventions of the genre yet without failing to endow it with new touches and, effectively, recreate it. Now it comes to the Liceu under the direction of the great stage director David McVicar.

  • La Rambla

    La Rambla

    Barcelona wouldn't be Barcelona without the Rambla. A wander up and down this famous boulevard is a ritual well worth observing. Just soak up the atmosphere and admire the buildings, from the Canaletes fountain to the Columbus Monument, which connect the old and modern city with places like Liceu and Boqueria. A walk through the life and history of the city.

  • Agenda

    Agenda

    It's impossible to get bored in Barcelona: the best concerts, exhibitions and events related to art, culture and leisure await you, week after week. Here are some of the main ones. Don't miss anything this constantly moving city has to offer.

  • Gran Teatre del Liceu

    Gran Teatre del Liceu

    A unique cultural facility in Barcelona and one of Europe’s leading opera houses. Located on the Rambla, every year it hosts major opera and ballet productions and symphony concerts.

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