The Conservatori Municipal de Música de Barcelona is starting a new edition of this series on October 7.
Organized by the Conservatori Municipal de Música de Barcelona, the series Dijous concert, which has been around for more than 20 years and is well-known among Barcelona's free cultural offerings, is starting on Thursday, October 7. Its main artists are solo performers and chamber ensembles from the Conservatori's teaching staff, as well as other ensembles from all over the world. In this edition, the Dijous concert is dedicated to the projects that bring universal musical heritage and music and composers from our country closer to the audience – with often innovative and cross-cutting proposals. The cycle will open with the concert Ciutats, dones i veus silenciades, a combination of poetry and music with rhapsodist Lluís Posada, saxophonist Miquel Bofill and pianist and accordionist Gregori Ferrer. It mixes the poetry of Federico Garcia Lorca, Miguel Hernández, Francesc Garriga Barata, Marta Pessarrodona, Joan Margarit, Cristina Morales, Lali Ribera, Antònia Vicens, Ida Vitale, Alfonsina Storni, Sylvia Plath and Maya Angelou with the music of Joan Albert Amargós, Andrés Alén, Federico Fellini, Frederic Mompou, Pedro Iturralde, Georg Friedrich Händel, Eduard Toldrà, Astor Piazzolla, Ariel Ramírez, Erwin Schulhoff and Thelonius Monk.
You can now access the cycle's programme up until December 9. For example, on October 14, guitarists Elisabeth Roma and David Garcia will be playing works by Sáinz de la Maza, Bellinati and Piazzolla, among others, in the concert Músiques i re-creacions; On Thursday, October 21, Lourdes and Lluís Pérez Molina will talk about L’art de les transcripcions per a piano a 4 mans with pieces by Bach, Mendelssohn and Piazzola. Other concerts in the programme focus on sonatas for violin and piano by Beethoven and Brahms, and on the flute of romanticism according to Franz and Karl Doppler, as well as paying tribute to María Luisa Anido, the Great Lady of the Guitar, and the 90th anniversary of Francisco Fleta-Polo.
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