The cycle, which seeks to create links between music, culture and social commitment, is debuting a new location: Palau de la Música Catalana - Petit Palau.
Four editions, 47 programmed artists and more than 10,000 spectators are some of the figures that point to the consolidation of Músiques Sensibles, a cycle of concerts that seeks to support various social projects. The 2017edition, which is the fifth, comes with an important new venue: Palau de la Música - Petit Palau.
The autumn schedule of the festival sees six shows programmed in just over a month. And things start strong with two concerts on 10 November, one features Paula Valls, who will be presenting songs from her new album, Black and White, while Judit Nedderman will be offering the last of the concerts of her tour promoting her second album, titled Un segon. Ex-front man of ElBicho, Miguel Campello, will take to the stage on November 19 with songs from Agua, pan, amor y vino, an album that runs the gamut from rumba to hip hop, and rock to flamenco. This concert is already sold out.
Catalan group Gossos have been together for 24 years now and have 13 albums to their credit. On Thursday 23 November, they’ll be at Petit Palau with a selection of songs from their whole career and especially from their latest album Zenit. Three days later it will be time for Shuarma and his guitar, while the festival will close with Las Migas, a quartet made up of Alba Carmona (vocals), Marta Robles (guitar), Alicia Grillo (guitar) and Roser Loscos (violin). Their Vente conmigo tour will close at Petit Palau on Saturday 16 December.
Ten percent of ticket sales will be donated to different social action projects. Additional information is available at the following link.
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