Dirk Brossé: Tintin. The temple of the sun (2002) 14’
ABBA: “The Winner Takes It All” from the musical Mamma Mia (1980) 5’
Albert Guinovart: “Donar-se” (Give of yourself) from the musical Gaudí (2002) 4’
Albert Guinovart: “Perquè he plorat” (Why I cried) from the musical Mar i Cel (1988) 5’
Mitch Leigh: “The Impossible dream” from the musical Man of La Mancha (1965) 4’
John Kander: “Cabaret” (1966) 4’
Cole Porter: “You are the top” from the musical Anything Goes
Andrew Lloyd Weber: The Phantom of the Opera, a selection of pieces from the musical (1986) 15’
Barcelona Symphonic Band
Mone Teruel, vocals
Sergi Albert, vocals
José Rafael Pascual-Vilaplana, conductor
London’s West End and New York’s Broadway musicals form part of our lives. At one time or another we have all been moved by their theatre productions or film adaptations. Their stories have appealed to different generations of spectators worldwide, and both the characters and the songs have become 20th-century icons.
DOWNLOAD THE PROGRAM HEREOne of the most iconic musicals is perhaps The Phantom of the Opera, which premiered in London in 1986 and in The Great White Way in New York a couple of years later. At around the same time, Mar i cel, a Dagoll-Dagom production with music by Albert Guinovart, energised a pre-Olympic city that was also the capital of this musical genre. Don’t miss a concert that will bring back your own memories as well as including a few surprises, such as Tintin and the Temple of the Sun, a musical about the adventures of Hergé’s best-known character.