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The members of Barcelona-based acoustic trio Frogs for Snakes hail from the States (guitar/vocals) and England (bass and harmonica). Together, their music is anchored in the blues but encompasses a wide range of musical styles. The sound is both
Oriol Riverola (aka John Talabot) is one of the top Catalan artists of the moment. He's making his second album now, following the successful 'Fin' (2012, Hivern Discs), and he hasn't stopped touring the world as a top DJ: he's taken his sound – a
The band led by Fito Cabrales comes to Barcelona as part of their tour to promote the latest and sixth album, the much-awaited 'Huyendo Conmigo de Mí' (2014), released five years after their last effort, 'Antes de que Cuente Diez', with their
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Script and direction: Gemma Beltran. With: Robert González, Queralt Albinyana, Anna Herebia, David Marcè and Albert Mora (alternating with Marc Pujol and Toni Viñals). The Dei Furbi company, winner of the Premio Max 2014 for best musical for
What better way to celebrate Razzmatazz's 14th anniversary than with 2manydjs at the decks? The Dewaele brothers will take over the whole of Razz – all five rooms will be at their disposal, along with guests such as Erol Alkan, Tiga, The 2 Bears,
Miss Caffeina is a group from Madrid that started playing together 2007 with the release of their first EP, 'Destrucción Creativa'. They're in Barcelona to present their dramatic and epic second album, 'De Polvo y Flores', a step forward from their
Barcelona band Los Mambo Jambo bring their explosive mix of rock 'n' roll and R&B to their electrifying live show that has captivated the local and international scene. With contemporary energy, they update rock, R&B, and surf and swing music from
Inspired by the Schiller drama, and adapted by Donizetti for the opera – with the help of librettist Giuseppe Bardari – this is the tale of the confrontation between the queens of Scotland and England, Maria Stuarda and her cousin Elizabeth I.
One Sunday a month, Sala Apolo gets all dressed up to welcome the Barcelona Jazz Orchestra, and this time around Biel Ballester as well, who will perform jazz manouche from the 1930s. These sessions fill the hall with an almost magic atmosphere that
After not having performed solo in five years, the maestro Joaquín Sabina returns to the stage to celebrate the 15th anniversary of one of his most acclaimed works, the unforgettable '19 días y 500 noches' (1999). It started out as a gift for his
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