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Aleix Palau | 14 April 2020

L'Auditori cancels its programme schedule until Sunday 26 April

In compliance with the extension of the state of emergency approved today by the Spanish ‎government, seventeen more events are added to the list of L’Auditori’s cancellations, which ‎to date numbers 37.‎

L'Auditori cancels its programme schedule until Sunday 26 April

The extension of the situation means that, since the start of lockdown, 37 of L’Auditori’s ‎scheduled programmes have not been able to take place: 20 concerts and 17 schools’ events. ‎In addition to the previously-announced concerts, there are further cancellations including ‎the tribute to composer, pianist and music theorist Josep Cercós by Josep Cabré and Miquel ‎Villalba on 15 April in Sala 4 Alicia de Larrocha.‎

Performances of the show ‎Demoledora,‏ ‏part of the‏ ‏Escenes season on 18 and ‎‎19 April, have also been cancelled, as has the recital by countertenor Franco Fagioli and Il ‎Pomo d'Oro on 19 April. ‎

As part of the Ibercamera season, audience members will now not be able to enjoy Ravel’s ‎Piano Concerto with pianist Martha Argerich and the Lucerne Symphony Orchestra on 20 ‎April.‎

With regard to concerts by the Barcelona Symphony Orchestra, the programme that was to ‎have been conducted by Kazushi Ono, accompanied by clarinettist Andreas Ottensamer on ‎‎23, 24 and 25 April, is also affected. ‎

During that same weekend, the concerts by Xavi Torres on 24 April with the Ensemble ‎Musikfabrik and Ellen Nisbeth on 25 April have also been cancelled, as has the concert by the ‎Barcelona Symphony Band and soprano Marta Mathéu on Sunday 26 April. ‎

The concerts by L'Auditori’s Servei Educatiu (Educational Service), namely the ‎Maaambo!‎(18 April) and the ‎Ma, Me, Mi... Mozart!‎(18 and 19 ‎April) family concerts, have been cancelled, as has the ‎Tutti fan piu‎‏ workshop ‎for families (19 and 26 April).‎

As previously announced, the tours by James Blake and Cécile McLorin, who were to perform ‎at L’Auditori on 27 April and 7 May respectively, and the also the tour of the ‎‏Prisoner of ‎the State‎‏ ‏opera by David Lang, scheduled for 3 July, have also been cancelled.‎

This is the updated list of cancellations to L'Auditori’s programme schedule as of today:‎

JOSEP CABRÉ AND MIQUEL VILLALBA
15 April 2020

MAAAMBO!
18 April 2020

MA, ME, MI...MOZART!
18 and 19 April 2020

DEMOLEDORA
18 and 19 April 2020

FRANCO FAGIOLI & IL POMO D’ORO
19 April 2020

TUTTI FAN PIU
19 and 26 April 2020

RAVEL'S PIANO CONCERTO - Ibercamera
20 April 2020

ONO: BRAHMS 4TH SYMPHONY
23, 24 and 25 April 2020

XAVI TORRES
24 April 2020

ENSEMBLE MUSIKFABRIK + ELLEN NISBETH
25 April 2020

AN EVENING OF ZARZUELA
26 April 2020

JAMES BLAKE
27 April 2020

CÉCILE MCLORIN
7 may 2020

DAVID LANG: PRISONER OF THE STATE
3 July 2020


Similarly, the Museu de la Música’s facilities will remain closed and consequently all its ‎activities are also cancelled. Below is a list of the affected visits, workshops and concerts: ‎

PARTICIPANTS FINAL CONCERT: INTRODUCTION TO THE SANSA COURSE ‎
‎16 April ‎

WIND EVERYDAY-O-PHONES (XAVI LOZANO)‎
‎18 April‎

DISCOFÒRUM (CULTURA VIVA – INDIGESTIÓ) (Music listening meet-up)‎
‎18 April‎

INTERACTIVE TOUR: INSTRUMENTS IN GENDER CODE ‎
‎19 April‎

MUSIC OF THE MUSEU: JOSEP BORRÀS & JUAN DE LA RUBIA ‎
‎19 April‎

MUSEU CLASSROOM ‎
‎20 April‎

VISIT BY THE AUTHOR: ORIOL PÉREZ TREVIÑO (& VLADISLAV BRONEVETZKY)‎
‎25 April‎

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