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Bruce Springsteen begins his European tour with two concerts at the Lluís Companys Olympic Stadium in Barcelona. "The Boss" accompanied by his inseparable The E Street Band, sold out the tickets for his Barcelona concert, the only concert in Spain, in a few hours. This tour marks his return to the stage since "The River Tour", six years ago.
A lot has happened since their first album, Parachutes, which launched Coldplay to fame in 2000. Since then the albums of the band, led by Chris Martin, have been characterized by their meticulous, melodic sound of rock piano, with a touch of Brit pop, which has made them the heirs of the Irish band, U2. After the musical evolution of Viva La Vida or Death And All His Friends, produced by the very well-known Brian Eno, where the more melodic piano was replaced by guitar riffs, Coldplay experimented with more or less luminous albums They are now in Barcelona with the Music of the Spheres World Tour, in four unforgettable concerts.
Giuseppe Verdi venerated Shakespeare's plays and this was his first opera based on a text by the Bard. He wanted to achieve "something extraordinary", a phrase which sums up his his enthusiasm.In this version, stage director Jaume Plensa will set his entire iconographic universe in motion to create a dark theatrical atmosphere full of demonic energy.
Macbeth listens as the mysterious witches foretell that he will become king of Scotland. When his wife finds out, she persuades him to murder the present king and take his place. The witches' predictions drive Macbeth to treat both friends and rivals with brutality until, alone and furious, he faces the final battle and perishes.
Dates 2022-2023 not yet confirmedAmong the range of musical activities in Barcelona, there are three classical music theaters: the modernist Palau de la Música Catalana, the Gran Teatre del Liceu -historic opera theater- and the modern L'Auditori. Barcelona Obertura Classic and Lyric is a collaboration created in 2015 to promote a series of events in these three theaters. It is an alternative that put the rich variety of music played in Barcelona on the international map, and places it on the world musical scene as one the the cities that adores classical music.
Gandalf, Mordor, the Hobbits and the fascinating world of J.R.R. Tolkien were reflected by Howard Shore in opera, symphonic poetry and own themes full of epics. The composer won an Oscar to the best sound track and best song for this movie, which won a total of eleven Oscars, the same record number as Ben-Hur. We now have the chance to hear it live with the Orquestra Simfònica del Vallès, and several well-known choirs, while this fascinating trilogy is projected in original version with subtitles.
Lights of Early Music Festival by the Auditori aims to appeal to audiences, performers and groups that are not traditional concert hall goers. From 12th to 26th April, a variety of musical activities can be enjoyed in historic venues around the city, including churches and chapels.
This is an invitation to get to know spaces such as the Basilica of Sant Just and Sant Pastor, the Sant Pau del Camp Monastery, The Basilica of Santa Maria del Pi, but also to find out more about their background stories and their musicians.
From 19th to 30th March, Palau de la Música Catalana is hosting the Maria Canals International Music Competition, which has been attracting renowned young pianists to Barcelona for 68 years. The aim is to take advantage of the presence of this young talent in the city to bring piano music to the general public.
As they do every year, the OFF Competition will be distributing pianos throughout different spaces in Barcelona, so that anyone who is able to can play and enjoy them.
Cruïlla Festival is ideal for those people looking for top-notch indie and alternative musicians, along with smaller crowds and a more compact programme. Placed in the same venue as Primavera, the Parc del Fòrum, this year's programme has already got music fans excited: Franz Ferdinand, Viva Suecia, Sidonie, Placebo, & Leiva, to name but a few.
Every September, the beautiful central Catalan town of Vic hosts an extensive 'market of live music', which this year celebrates its 35th anniversary, aimed at giving both professionals and the public the chance to hear a wide range of different genres and discover new acts, as they enjoy of concerts and related activities. A lot of the focus is on artists from Catalonia, Spain and the Mediterranean area, but musicians from other places can also be found on the programme.
Performances, some of which are free, are given across the city at venues both indoors and out, including the emblematic Plaça Major, and throughout the event the streets are filled with buskers, adding to the musical extravaganza taking place. While there, it's also worth taking the time to explore Vic, a place rich with history, from the Roman temple to the cathedral, ecclesiastical museum, and medieval and modernista buildings. And don't forget to try the local gastronomic speciality, cured meats.
The Grec, Barcelona's keenly anticipated annual festival of music, dance, circus and theater is about to begin. It is a festival that now forms part of the city's cultural landscape and connects fully with its artistic life. This year more than ever the Teatre Grec, which gives its name to the festival, is at the epicenter, but you will be able to see related events at a multitude of venues across Barcelona.
The Grec Festival is an event for everyone and includes a family show program that invites you to enjoy it with the kids.
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