Museu d’Història de Catalunya introduces 'Nits d’estiu. Veus femenines de la Mediterrània'.
Museu d’Història de Catalunya would like to invite you to the terrace of the Palau del Mar, right in front of Port Vell, to enjoy ‘Nits d’estiu. Veus femenines de la Mediterrània’. The heart of the Port of Barcelona will be the stage for three concerts where modernity and tradition, heritage and future go hand in hand thanks to the music coming from all corners of the Mare Nostrum. The first concert of the program will be that of Coloma Bertran, who will present her latest album, Nocturns i diamants, on Wednesday, 14 July. Among others, she will perform Obertura, Avui que el sol ens ha sorprès ben alt, Fiona and Poeta de l’asfalt, in collaboration with musicians Carles Belda, Guillem Soler and Arnau Tordera. On Wednesday, 21 July, Paula Grande and Anna Ferrer will offer a performance with songs from Vega, the second album of their collection Càntut: cançons de tradició oral.
Finally, on Wednesday, 28 July, A trenc d'alba, the debut album of Marala Trio, awaits. The album, produced by U98 Music, contains musical versions of poems and fragments of traditional songs, in addition to their own compositions. With the same ticket, and before the concert, you can go on a guided tour of Elles també hi eren, a permanent exhibition about gender that, by giving visibility to the life experiences of some very different women, aims to teach the audience aspects from the past.
Tickets are 15 euros. Concerts start at 10 pm; the guided tour, at 8.30 pm. For further details about tickets and the tour, click here.
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