Evenings at Palau Güell: music and privileged views

The third edition of a cycle that will feature three concerts in August

An exclusive evening combining the finest architecture by Gaudí and music by original formations. The cycle also includes a visit to the Palau building for the fifty privileged guests. The limited number of places in the group ensures a pleasant visit and an intimate atmosphere during the concert which will take place on the building’s terrace.

The Evenings at Palau Güell cycle is now in its third year and runs until 18 August, that leaves three concerts yet to be performed including the Amélie Angebault Quartet (4 August) who play a mix of swing and French song styles, led by a French artist, singer-songwriter and actress.

On 11 August, it’s time for Jamaican jazz with The Oldians, who are influenced by the primordial sounds of Jamaican music, which they mix with the essence of jazz. Finally, on 18 August, the Pol Prats Quartet & Agustí Burriel will be presenting their mixture of rhythm'n'blues and rock'n'roll ballads.

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Publication date: Tuesday, 02 August 2016
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