Barcelona i els intèrprets, a cycle of music at the MUHBA

Every Saturday and Sunday until the end of April in the museum's exhibition hall at plaça del Rei

The Museu d'Història de Barcelona (MUHBA) plays host to a cycle of brief concerts every Saturday and Sunday evening, running from 9 February until 28 April, entitled Barcelona i els intèrprets. The initiative, a coproduction involving MUHBA and the Mas i Mas Foundation, seeks to highlight the role of the performers who have chosen the city as the starting point from which to develop their concert-playing careers.
 
Each performance is repeated three times, at 18:00, 19:00 and 20:00, and the venue is MUHBA’s  Martí l'Humà room in the plaça del Rei – a truly exceptional setting.
 
The programme includes recitals of piano music, guitar music, groups comprising various combinations of stringed instruments, detours into the vocal field... in short, a varied selection that pays tribute to the repertoires of an equally diverse range of composers: Debussy, Bartók, Bach, Schubert and Chopin, but also more local figures such as Ferran, Enric Morera, Xavier Montsalvatge and EduardToldrà.
 
The cycle reaches its finale on 30 April with a closing concert, a piano recital by Jordi Camell, which will serve as the opportunity to unveil the record Chopin Variations to mark the National Day of Poland.
Publication date: Tuesday, 19 February 2013
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