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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.‎

L’Auditori presents Amor Odi Radioshow, a feminist variety show by Hidden Track and Radio ‎Primavera Sound

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. ‎

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