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Quartet Mèlt

A musical journey with the Quartet Mèlt

The group presents the dramatized show Imparables at El Molino.

Whether you first saw the Quartet Mèlt on the TV programme Oh Happy Day, or if you’ve caught them live in concert or heard one of their albums, this new show will probably surprise you. The vocal group is taking full advantage of their effortless way with songs to embark on a journey through over a century of music in a production called Imparables, which will be at El Molino from 10 to 27 January. On stage they will be accompanied by the actor Oscar Orbezo, who is also the director and scriptwriter for the production.

The Quartet Mèlt is made up of Magalí Sare (soprano), Ariadna Olivé (contralto), Eloi Fort (tenor) and Oriol Quintana (baritone). Their repertoire is extensive and varied, covering everything from ancient music to modern songs in various genres. The show at El Molino will feature 16 songs, including Muntanyes del Canigó, La dansa del sabre by La Trinca, coplas by Concha Piquer and Lluís Llach’s La gallineta.

Additional information is available at the following link.

Publication date: Friday, 04 January 2019
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