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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.‎

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
‎ 26 March‎

TRIBUTE TO GUILLEM AGULLÓ
‎ 26 March‎

COMPOSER IN THE CLASSROOM
‎ 25 and 26 March‎

PICA-SO
‎ 28 and 29 March‎

GERGIEV: AN ALPINE SYMPHONY
‎ 28 and 29 March‎

BENEDETTI ELSCHENBROICH GRYNYUK TRIO
‎ 29 March‎

AROUND THE WORLD WITH ISABELLE RUF-WEBER
‎ 29 March‎

CARRASCOSA LLOPIS: WHITE
‎ 1 April‎

SCHUBERT LIED IV: SHEVA TEHOVAL & DANIEL HEIDE
‎ 2 April‎

DESPERTAFERRO
‎ 5 April‎

QUIN GONG!
‎ 5 April‎

ST. JOHN PASSION
‎ 6 April‎

SOLOISTS OF THE LUCERNE FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA
‎ 8 April‎

JAMES BLAKE
‎ 27 April‎

DAVID LANG: PRISONER OF THE STATE
‎ 3 July‎