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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.

  • Madama Butterfly

    Madama Butterfly

    Madame Buttterfly by Puccini, one of the operas best loved by Barcelonans, is returning to the Liceu. Two top quality casts will alternate 10 performances from Saturday 12th until Tuesday 29th.

    Lianna Haroutounian is one of the great contemporary sopranos and Ainhoa Arteta, making her debut as Cio-Cio San (Madama Butterfly), will be accompanied by tenors Jorge de León and Rame Lahaj.

    The successful production by Moshe Leiser and Patrice Caurier, which has already been seen twice before at the Liceu, is classic in nature and, with its period costumes, beautiful to behold. A true treat for Barcelona audiences.

  • Carmen by Bizet

    Carmen by Bizet

    Carmen, the famous comic opera in four acts, with a libretto by Henri Melihac and Ludovic Halévy and music by Georges Bizet, is based on a novel by Prosper Merimée. It was first shown on 3 March 1875 in Paris but was not performed in Spain until 1881. Despite being classified as a comic opera, Carmen also has a tragic facet and well-defined characters, reaching its full magnificence thanks to its harmonic and melodic music which is undoubtedly the main reason it is still so successful today. The Palau de la Música has programmed a staged version lasting two and a half hours including an intermission and which features a symphony orchestra, soloists, a choir, children’s choir and more than 90 artists on stage.

  • La Traviata- Verdi

    La Traviata- Verdi

    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 La Dame Aux Camellias by Alexandre Dumas, this work is now brought to the Palau de la Música Catalana by the soloists of the Orquesta Terrassa 48 in the form of a staged opera. An impassioned way of revisiting this classic by Verdi.

  • Brahms' A German Requiem

    Brahms' A German Requiem

    The Barcelona Auditori unveils the season with this concert celebrating 150 years of the one of the most important symphonic works of all time. "A German Requiem" by Johannes Brahms. With this piece, the composer sought to uncover the more human aspects of death through a highly expressive work that will be conducted by the Auditori's conductor Kazushi Ono, accompanied by the Orfeó Catalá, the soprano Ilona Krzywicka and the baritone Dietrich Henschel. The evening will finish with Ferran Cruixent's new work entitled "Beyond Human".

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Cercle del Liceu

    The Cercle del Liceu is an English-style private members' club, with its own unique art collection. With almost 1,000 members, the club comprises elegant sitting rooms, a lecture room, a restaurant and other services in a landmark building which it shares with the opera house, the Gran Teatre del Liceu.

  • Literary Barcelona at its best

    Literary Barcelona at its best

    Barcelona contains a host of literary Settings and many novels have vicariously helped their readers to travel. Now you can tour the city by following the Settings of certain books written by internationally renowned authors. We propose you 5 literary routes.

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