In compliance with the extension of the state of emergency and lockdown for another two weeks, L'Auditori has had to cancel its programme schedule until 11 April.
This means that, to date, 32 events in L'Auditori’s calendar of performances have not been able to take place as planned. In addition to the previously announced concerts, the world première of White by Pablo Carrascosa, the season's guest composer, which was scheduled for 1 April as part of L'Auditori’s Sampler Sèries, has also been cancelled.
The Schubert Lied IV concert, from the Chamber Music season, which was to have been performed by Sheva Tehoval and pianist Daniel Heide on 2 April, will also not take place.
Within the Chamber Music season, the concert by the Soloists of the Lucerne Festival Orchestra on 8 April has also been cancelled.
On 5 April, the concerts by the Barcelona Symphony Band with the Despertaferro (Awake Iron!) programme and the Quin Gong! (What a Gong!) children’s gamelan music workshop, have also been affected.
With regard to the Early Music season, the St. John Passion by Bach, with Jordi Savall conducting his orchestra on 6 April, has been cancelled.
The tours by Cécile McLorin, who was to perform at L’Auditori on 7 May, and the opera prisoner of the state by David Lang, scheduled for 3 July, have also been cancelled.
We would like to take this opportunity to remind you that Barcelona's Museu de la Música will continue to remain closed as directed by the competent authorities.
This is the updated list of cancellations to L'Auditori’s programme as of today:
SCHOENBERG’S TRANSFIGURED NIGHT
TRIBUTE TO GUILLEM AGULLÓ
COMPOSER IN THE CLASSROOM
25 and 26 March
28 and 29 March
GERGIEV: AN ALPINE SYMPHONY
28 and 29 March
BENEDETTI ELSCHENBROICH GRYNYUK TRIO
AROUND THE WORLD WITH ISABELLE RUF-WEBER
CARRASCOSA LLOPIS: WHITE
SCHUBERT LIED IV: SHEVA TEHOVAL & DANIEL HEIDE
ST. JOHN PASSION
SOLOISTS OF THE LUCERNE FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA
DAVID LANG: PRISONER OF THE STATE
Aleix Palau | 26 March 2020
L'Auditori cancels its programme schedule until 11 April
This is in compliance with the two-week extension of the state of emergency declared by the Spanish government.
Eight concerts have been added to the list of events that will not be taking place at L’Auditori, which to date numbers 32 cancellations owing to the Covid-19 crisis.