The Barcelona Jazz Festival resumes its performances on January 14 with a concert by Brad Mehldau at the Palau de la Música.
After many cultural events cancelled due to the pandemic, this January some of the concerts that were postponed from the Barcelona International Jazz Festival will resume. Next Thursday the 14th you will have the first appointment with the concert of the pianist Brad Mehldau at the Palau de la Música Catalana, where Tomatito will also play on Wednesday 20, joined, among others, by his son José del Tomate and Israel Suárez (Piraña). Thursday 21 will be the turn of ‘All about Marco’, the concert by the Menorcan pianist Marco Mezquida in the Sala Barts.
On Thursday, January 28, you can return to the Palau de la Música to hear Andrea Motis premiere A Swingin’ Story, accompanied by the voice of Randy Greer. If, on the other hand, you prefer to stay at home, you can enjoy a live streaming concert from the Smalls Jazz Club. The festival will close the month with the farewell concert of La Locomotora Negra on Friday 29, which closes an era after 50 years on stage, and the performance of Sílvia Pérez Cruz with her album Farsa (genero imposible) on Saturday 30. Both will take place at the Palau de la Música.
The price of tickets ranges from 18 to 54 euros, depending on the seat. You can purchase them through this link, where you will have to choose the show you want to attend. More information on the festival website.
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