On 25 March, in L’Auditori’s Hall 2, Oriol Martorell, an audio-visual radio show will be held with live music, commissioned by L’Auditori for its Sit Back season with the collaboration of Hidden Track and Radio Primavera Sound.
Amor Odi Radioshow is based on the theme of love and hate, the leitmotif of L’Auditori’s 2021-2022 season. These two opposites will serve as a linking thread to explore the theme of toxic love through romantic songs handed down from generation to generation. In today’s 21st century world, these tunes–which we have sung all our lives–are exposed as being filled with violence. Is it possible to separate an author from their work or the lyrics from a song? Hidden Track and Radio Primavera Sound These issues are addressed in Amor Odi radioshow, a variety show with live music and a feminist and LGTBIQ+ message.
Núria Graham, Queralt Lahoz, Clara Viñals (Renaldo & Clara) and The Sey Sisters sing songs by Britney Spears, Lana Del Rey, Blondie, Lesley Gore, Cecilia, France Gall, The Crystals and Tammy Wynette, at the head of an all-girl band made up of Marina Herlop, Sandra Monfort and Andrea González Giráldez, under the musical direction of Jordi Matas (El Petit de cal Eril, Ferran Palau).
The variety show, presented by AL-V, features performances by Daniela Blume, the presenter of Radio Primavera Sound, comic Març Llinàs and poet Mireia Calafell. A highly original, eclectic show with a transformative goal: to call into question the toxicity of love songs.
Aleix Palau | 22 February 2022
L’Auditori presents Amor Odi Radioshow, a feminist variety show by Hidden Track and Radio Primavera Sound
Núria Graham, Queralt Lahoz, Clara Viñals (Renaldo & Clara) and The Sey Sisters feature in a show presented by AL-V, with the collaboration of Daniela Blume, Març Llinàs and Mireia Calafell.
On 25 March, at 9 pm, in Hall 2 at L’Auditori de Barcelona.