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Music for Everyone in Parc de Sant Martí

[ 24.09.17 ]

Have you ever been to Parc de Sant Martí? Well, if you like music, this is your chance to visit this park – with the whole family! Because, on September 23, 24 and 25, Parc de Sant Martí becomes one of the venues for the Festa Major de Barcelona with a programme of music for children… and anyone who comes with them!

Come to the park, then, to enjoy a range of activities and performances, all linked to the world of music. From Xavi Lozano, an artist who can turn practically any object into a flute, as you will see in his show Tubs del món, to Anna Llombart and her classes in body percussion, in which she uses her own body as an instrument. Want to know what a hundred African drums playing together sounds like? Well, you can find the answer at Unibongo, a workshop led by Ana M’benge, of Senegal.

In their show, Músics de Drap, Crema Espectacles will take us on a journey through the world of music, taking different instruments and linking each to a specific composition. Étienne Favre’s collection of gigantic instruments that look like sculptures will show us how fine the border is between music and art. And El Pájaro Carpintero will invite us to discover sounds made by wood as we admire the toys this group bring to the park

There will also be a full programme of concerts on the Parc de Sant Martí stage. The line-up includes the Big Mouthers, who will guide us through the history of rock, and tribute bands recreating the music of AC/DC (Sin City), U2 (Please) and Fito & Fitipaldis (Fitos y el Fitipaldi), as well as shows in a range of styles: from a session by the Siamiss DJs, guaranteed to get the whole family dancing, to performances by Pau Riba, The Slingshots, Natxo Tarrés (Gossos) & The Wireless, and The Pinker Tones.