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As it does every season, L'Auditori is offering a special program for families with children of all ages, so that young and old alike can enter the wonderful world of live music. A wide range of concerts, created for children and designed to make their first musical experience unique and special.
You can still enjoy the most genuine classical music with the "Auditorium Coronalist", a Spotify list that compiles the composers, conductors and soloists who should have performed at the Auditorium but can't due to the cancellations owing to Covid-19. Happy listening!
Palau de la Música has launched "Digital Palau", a virtual extension of the Palau and the Orfeó Català (Catalan Choral Association). Through its web link, you can access recordings, conferences, master classes and meetings with artists. Some of their most outstanding concerts are also hosted for you to fill your hours of confinement with classical music pieces by the greatest artists.
The producers of the BCN Classics have put together a series of orchestral evenings posted on YouTube so that you can watch and listen to the best classical music performers. From Bach to Tchaikovsky taking in Montsalvatge, it will almost feel like being at the concert in person.
Museu de la Música Youtube channel has a series of educational and fun videos. On one hand you can discover the magic of the museum or learn about the kora instrument. On the other hand, you can enjoy live concerts in the museum's surroundings. You can also access Spotify and search for the Museu de la Música de Barcelona user to access all its playlists.
The Gran Teatre del Liceu opens its facilities to access Internet users around the world thanks to the Street View visualization that allows you to visit the Liceu in 360 virtual reality format. The panoramic service of Google Maps allows access to many corners of the theater, from emblematic places such as the Hall of Mirrors to spaces unknown to the public such as the departments of tailoring and characterization or the interior of the stage. Don't miss it!
The European Museum of Modern Art, the MEAM, located in a building of the 18th century (Palau Gomis), is offering more than contemporary figurative art. A series of activities related to music is planned throughout autumn, 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.
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 Gran Teatre del Liceu is one of Barcelona's iconic venues and among the world's most spectacular opera houses. It begins the new season with an ambitious series of performances that are fully compliant with the current health and safety measures.
The season commences with Verdi's Il Trovatore brought to you by the conductor Gustavo Dudamel and will also feature major works such as Don Giovanni, Otello, La Traviata and La Bohème.
The theatre will also be hosting musicals, including the Barcelona premiere of My Fair Lady, and dance performances featuring three ballet troupes, two of them from outside Spain: the Eifman Ballet with a contemporary version of Pushkin's classic Onegin, and the Czech National Ballet performing Swan Lake. As for national artists, it stands out Blanca Li's Company, which is making its debut at the Liceu with Solstice.
There will also be concert performances of works by Mozart, Haydn, Tchaikovsky and Stravinsky, as well as Manuel de Falla and Catalan composers, Robert Gerhard and Joan Guinjoan.
And, finally, families will be able to enjoy the season for kids, the Petit Liceu, which will feature eight shows, including The Musicians of Bremen, The Little Magic Flute, Allegro Vivace by Joan Font from the Comediants troupe, and Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol.
Barcelona's concert hall, L'Auditori, kicks off the 2020-2021 season presenting its autumn programme, which has adapted to the new Covd-19 safety measures designed to protect the musicians and public.
Daniel Barenboim, Emmanuel Pahud, Katia Buniatishvili and Jordi Savall, are just some of the eminent figures who will join the in-house orchestra, the Orquestra Simfònica de Barcelona i Nacional de Catalunya (OBC), under the baton of Kazushi Ono.
Forty-two productions that will fill every corner of this iconic venue with music.
Now in its 52nd year, this popular festival will be offering three-months of the best in jazz with all the health and social-distancing measures in place to guarantee the maximum safety at all its venues.
The Voll Damm Barcelona Jazz Festival has become one of the world's leading jazz festivals as a result of its carefully curated roster of talents and an attractive line-up that is always full of new initiatives. This year, it will be bringing you almost 60 concerts and activities, including master classes, talks and meetings with the performers, so you can enjoy the finest in jazz and great music.
This year's venues, the Palau de la Música Catalana, the Gran Teatre del Liceu, the Sala Barts, the Palau Robert and the Jazz Milano Club, will be bringing you performers of the calibre of Silvia Pérez Cruz, Brad Mehlau, Andrea Motis, La Locomotora Negra and Natalie Dessay. It will also include the flamenco festival, De Cajón!, which will feature Miguel Poveda and Tomatito. Smalls Jazz Club and The Village Vanguard in New York will be added to the programme with a series of live streaming concerts.
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