The academy’s events hall is to host concerts at 8pm.
The Sant Jordi Royal Academy of Fine Arts is a long-standing Barcelona institution. As its name suggests, it is a cultural entity which has had its headquarters at Llotja de Mar in Pla de Palau since 1850. Its objectives are focussed on practising and promoting research into artistic expression in all of its varieties, including, like here, in music.
Every Tuesday, the academy’s events hall hosts classical music concerts from January to April. The programme is varied, ranging from works by the great masters of guitar music to composers from diverse eras. Upcoming concerts are devoted to The Cello in 1700 (29 March) by Italy’s Le muse napolitane; Crossing Frontiers; a musical dialogue between two trumpets (5 April) featuring musicians from Spain and Japan; Rossini’s Good Humour (12 April) by Clàssic BCN; and finally, a lyrical recital by Australian soprano Michelle Francis Cook and pianist Maria-Neus Devesa.
Classical Music at the Royal Academy
When: Until 12 April.
Where: Reial Acadèmia Catalana de Belles Arts de Sant Jordi
Price: €12 – €15
For further information, consult the Royal Academy website.
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