EnciSAT! is born

Els Amics de les Arts have inaugurated a new series of monthly concerts in the SAT!

A new series of monthly concerts has been implemented in an effort to bring music to the Sant Andreu district. From September 2014 to April 2015 the EnciSAT! initiative brings a selection of contemporary Catalan pop music proposals to the Sant Andreu Teatre (SAT!).

First up, past 18th of September, Els Amics de les Arts, one of the best known bands on the contemporary Catalan music scene, offered a repertoire of both hits as well as songs from their latest release Només d'entrar hi ha sempre el dinosaure.

Subsequent performers in the series will include Joan Dausà on the 3rd of October, Sara Pi on the 7th of November and Oques Grasses on the 5th of December.

The series is an attempt to generate complicity between audiences and artists during performances and, as a result, the selected venue has a capacity of just 380 people. In addition, after the performances, the audiences may exchange views with the performers during dinner in the theatre’s dining area.

EnciSAT! will take place in the Sant Andreu Teatre, SAT!, from September 2014 and April 2015. More information is available on the official EnciSAT! website.

Publication date: Tuesday, 23 September 2014
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