- €5 per session/€12 for the three sessions
- Sala de Teclats del Museu de la Música de Barcelona
What do a choreographer, a sommelier and a philosopher have in common with Beethoven? Three eminent figures from the creative and cultural world talk with violist Jonathan Brown about the character of the genius from Bonn.
This session will be hosted by Eulàlia Bosch, professor of philosophy, author, exhibition curator and designer of educational programmes linked to the arts.
Presented by Jonathan Brown, professor of viola and chamber music at Catalonia College of Music (ESMUC) and assistant professor of viola at the Reina Sofía School of Music in Madrid. Since 2002, he has been a member of Cuarteto Casals, a quartet that has toured the world extensively.
*Beethoven by Cesc Gelabert - Wednesday 22 January at 7 pm
*Beethoven by Josep Roca - Friday 7 February at 6.45 pm
*Beethoven by Eulàlia Bosch - Wednesday 4 March at 7 pm
You may also like
JORDI SAVALL - EL SO ORIGINAL (ORIGINAL SOUND)
- 4 June 2020
- Hall 1 Pau Casals