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This may essentially be a festival based on only one instrument, but the sounds, performers and styles on the programme could scarcely be more wide-ranging. The skill of the organisers, leading Spanish music promoters The Project, in bringing together Catalan, Spanish, European and international performers from a variety of musical genres is quite something. Flamenco to pop, classic Cuban to contemporary Catalan, acoustic and electric, emerging and veteran acts – all this and more fills the many city venues that take part in Guitar BCN.
Concerts are canceled for the next 15 days.
Have you missed out on any of the concerts that the Auditori had scheduled? 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!
June: Thursday, Friday and SaturdayThe legendary Jamboree jazz club offers lovers of this genre a series of the club's live recordings. You can access all the concerts on its YouTube channel and listen to them over and over again, like you were actually there.
While not on a regular times, the live music is returned to the Jamboree, one of Barcelona's most emblematic venues. The hall of plaça Reial takes the concerts in a sporadic way, now in an intimate format. The current regulation involves the following: the capacity will be reduced to 30 people per session, the tickets will be sold exclusively online, it is recommended to arrive in time to ensure stepped access, there will be no bar service, the use of masks will be obligatory and there will be no intermediate (once the concert is over you must leave the room).
The producers of the BCN Classics program don't want the music to stop. Therefore, even though they have been obliged to cancel their upcoming concerts, they 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.
You obviously can't go in person, but the 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.
This summer, the Palau de la Música Catalana opens its doors to the public and is looking forward to welcoming back the public with extraordinary safety measures in place for its concerts and guided tours.
Although the current guidelines permit venues to operate at 50% capacity, the Palau will only fill a quarter or third of its auditorium. Staff will ensure that a safety distance is maintained between audience members as they enter and leave the auditorium. The concerts will last 60 to 70 minutes. Masks must be worn at the entrance to the auditorium but may be removed if social distancing is observed.
The summer concert programme will run until 15th September and will feature 22 concerts by small ensembles, chamber concerts for piano, string quartet and voices with up-and-coming and established performers. Among the names are Marco Mezquida, Noelia Rodiles, Serena Sáenz, Mercedes Gancedo, the Cosmos Quartet, the Quartet Gerhard and Juan de la Rubia, as well as the pianists Albert Guinovart and Igor Levit.
The Vespres d'Arnadí and Orquestra Simfònica del Liceu will also fill the summer evenings for your reencounter with the irreplaceable emotion of live music inside this unique art-nouveau auditorium.
Barcelona never sleeps. The city has set the benchmark for the international electronic music scene and dances to the sounds of the world's top DJs. It's also the perfect place for lovers of jazz, rock, Latin rhythms and pop.
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.
L'Auditori, one of Barcelona's premier music venues, was designed by Rafael Moneo, one of the world's most renowned architects.
This concert hall in Barcelona, which is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, is an artistic landmark of outstanding beauty and a highly prestigious music venue.
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