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Aleix Palau | 7 October 2021

L’Auditori opens its Cambra season with choral works by Robert Gerhard

Cycles of Catalan and French folksongs and Gerhard’s 7 Haiku sung by soprano María ‎Hinojosa Montenegro and mezzosoprano Anna Alàs i Jové form the backbone of the concert ‎programme.‎
The concert is part of a recording project co-produced by L’Auditori and Seed Music with the ‎participation of the Barcelona Symphony Orchestra and soprano Núria Rial.‎

L’Auditori opens its Cambra season with choral works by Robert Gerhard

The new Música de Cambra season opens on 14 ‎October at L’Auditori de Barcelona. The season will begin with a concert dedicated ‎to the folk-inspired choral music of Robert Gerhard, to mark the 125th ‎anniversary of the composer's birth. ‎

Soprano María Hinojosa Montenegro and mezzosoprano Anna Alàs i Jové, ‎accompanied by Francisco Poyato and Anna Crexells on piano, will ‎perform cycles dedicated to Catalan and French folksong, together with 7 Haiku for chamber ‎ensembles conducted by Francesc Prat. ‎

This concert is part of a recording project to which the L’Auditori ‎contributed a recording by the Barcelona Symphony Orchestra of ‎Gerhard's Cancionero de Pedrell (1941) and ‎‎Six Catalan folksongs (1928). Soprano ‎Núria Rial performed these works under the baton of Francesc Prat. These recordings are the ‎season's first publications under L’Auditori ‘s digital label and are

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