L'Auditori adds new music to its traditional cycles dedicated to early and chamber music. Our programme of concert series and festivals reflects our mission to be a plural institution with a strong public profile.
L’Auditori presents a season inspired by the extensive musical legacy of this German genius. Ludwig van Beethoven’s humanist calling, the classical spirit of his initial composition phase, the depth and universal nature of his musical ideas and the radical formal exploration of the final stage of his creative career reveal an unquestionable musical modernity rooted in tradition.
In its fourth edition, Festival Emergents Barcelona is now fully consolidated as the most important event of the year, giving audiences the opportunity to discover new Spanish and international music talent.
Barcelona Obertura Spring Festival starts its second edition celebrating the great festival of classical music in the city. The best international artists and ensembles on the stages of the three main musical institutions: Gran Teatre del Liceu, the Palau de la Música Catalana and L’Auditori.
The cultural project Barnasants, Cançó d’Autor [Barnasants, Singer-Songwriter Music] was born with the aim of boosting the singer-songwriter genre, embodying the spirit and values of the Nova cançó movement and sharing it with the younger generations so that it may serve as a connection to previous generations and encourage people to share and listen to it.
The second edition of Festival Llums d'Antiga continues the spirit of bringing to the public repertoires and performers outside the confines of the concert halls. Framed within the 250th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig van Beethoven, the composer is the starting point for exploring the idea of personal and artistic freedom.