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Aleix Palau | 17 June 2021

L'Auditori celebrates World Music Day

Jordi Savall, the OBC, Juanjo Mena, Marina Herlop, Sergei Dogadin, Raffaele Pe and Hana ‎Blažíková, and others, join forces in this special programme to celebrate World Music Day.‎
The Museu de la Música will hold an open day and there will be a draw for ten free tickets to ‎attend the Festival Mozart Nits d'Estiu.‎

L'Auditori celebrates World Music Day

Monday 21 June sees the celebration of World Music ‎Day, a landmark date that L'Auditori de Barcelona always embraces with a range of ‎offerings.‎

This year, the World Music Day activities will start on Saturday 19 with the ‎première of the Escenes series: Dones i Creació (Women and Creation). ‎The first offering will be Pairidaeza by pianist and composer ‎‎Marina Herlop that takes place on Saturday and Sunday in L'Auditori’s Sala ‎‎3, Tete Montoliu. Herlop’s show is set in a space designed by the Takk architectural ‎practice and which features the vocal duo Tarta Relena.‎

On Sunday 20, the Museu de la Música will hold an open day, at 11 am ‎there will be a guided tour and at 5.30 pm a concert by the ‎gamelan group in L'Auditori’s Llanterna Bar.‎

21 June will also see Jordi Savall return to L'Auditori with Le ‎Concert Des Nations and La Capella Reial de Catalunya to present ‎‎Bach’s Mass in B minor. This sacred work will feature the ‎brilliant voices of soprano Hana Blažíková, mezzo-soprano Sophie Harmsen, tenor ‎Martin Platz, counter-tenor Raffaele Pe and bass Thomas Stimmel.‎

The climax to this celebratory week will be delivered by the Barcelona Symphony ‎Orchestra on 25 June under the direction of Juanjo ‎Mena with violinist Sergei Dogadin, who will perform a ‎‎special concert exclusively for OBC subscribers.‎

There will also be a draw ‎‎on social media for 10 tickets to attend the ‎‎Festival Mozart Nits d'Estiu that will take place in July.‎

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