The concerts begin at 6pm and admission is €19
The MEAM (European Museum of Modern Art) is one of the most iconic cultural institutions in the Born neighbourhood. Complementing its imposing collection of figurative art, the museum building, which is known as Palau Gomis, is a charming 18th century construction consisting of three floors, a courtyard and a stone staircase. This stately house will now be hosting a new event – a Saturday afternoon tea and concert – every Saturday at 6pm, in a package that includes a visit to the museum itself.
As an example, the afternoon tea and concert scheduled for Saturday 21 January features soprano Marta Arbonés, mezzo-soprano Rosa Maria Campasol and Viviana Salici on piano, interpreting pieces by Barbieri, Vives and Caballero. Later on, in February, we will have the opportunity to enjoy concerts such as the one scheduled for Saturday 11 titled Schumann and Brahms, the essence of Romanticism featuring Miquel Ramos on clarinet and Àlex Ramírez on piano.
One of the standout concerts in March features Spanish guitar by Manuel Sánchez, who will be interpreting pieces by Chopin, Tàrrega, Albéniz and Turina. Finally, on Saturday 25 March, the cycle will come to an end with a very special session titled Impressionisme: the music of Debussy, with Trio Fiesole, which is made up of Oszkár Varga on violin, Barnabá Baranyai on cello and Javier López Jorge on piano.
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