The Vermut Jazz cycle is back with free live music in the open air
It is accepted wisdom that jazz is best heard in a smoky club in the early hours of the morning, surrounded by smoke and bottles of scotch. But for those who are not nightowls or who want to enjoy some jazz with their kids, Vermut Jazz, a cycle organised by the Auditori de Barcelona, offers you the chance to enjoy jazz in the open air, during the daytime and for free. So, until 18 June you'll have a free concert every Sunay at 12.45pm in the grounds of the Auditori concert hall, where you can also have a drink.
The cycle brings jazz closer to a wider public and offers an interesting insight into the state of contemporary jazz in Barcelona. The first concert in the cycle, on 7 May, features Martín Leiton’s Big Band, while the second, on 14 May, presents the Eladio Reinón Jazz Quintent. The following month will see performances by the Lluís Gómez Trio, Muchacho y Los Sobrinos, a concert with a more rumba and flamenco flavour, Dr. Go, and the Mathilde Toussaint Quartet.
Additional information is available on the Auditori website.
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