This concert cycle is set to take place in the Paranymph Hall of the University of Barcelona
Once again, Winter Evenings, a cycle organised by the University of Barcelona for March, offers attendees the opportunity to spend four of the evenings of the coldest season of the year listening to music by up and coming musicians in the incomparable setting of the Paranymph Hall of the historical building. There will be four concerts, performed in a small-scale format by emerging musicians who are just beginning their recording career. Admission is free but you must have an invitation that can be downloaded at the following link.
The cycle is set to kick off on Thursday 2 with a performance by Pavvla, a pop/electronic folk project led by actress and composer Paula Jornet, who will be presenting their debut album Creatures. Invitations are sold out for this opening concert but are still available for the remaining three: Marina Herlop, who will be recreating the contemporary avant-garde atmosphere of her album Nanook on Thursday 9; Roger Puig, the guitarist for the group Els Neus Eutròfics, who has just started out on a solo career with the surreal pop of his album Pícnic al búnquer on Thursday 16 March; and finally, on Friday 24, experimental folk with Mallorca’s Joana Gomila and her band Folk Souvenir, who released their homonymous album last October.
Additional information is available from the cycle’s website.
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