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Dutch cellist Jurgen van Win is promoting this series of concerts that take place every Thursday. Every show features two of the six Bach Suites. Enjoy baroque music in Romanesque surroundings. (Reservations: 679305718 / 935892855).
Heading up bands like The Acoustic Blues Company, Down Home and Shine, Hernan Senra – better known by his nickname 'Chino' – has taken his music around Spain and Europe. Accompanying him are The Big Bet, featuring Rod Deville (double bass) and
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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
With Congo roots, Philip Louzolo grew up in Amsterdam. He started out in house and transitioned to disco, afrobeat and funk with labels such as Lazare Hoche, Tomorrow Is Now Kid and Bons Records (who also work with Pau Roca and Gon), the last of
Punk and electronic music? Why not? The sound's like a punch, extra-distorted guitars and full of drums. The Cyberpunkers' lyrics and attitude are a call to rebellion, with filtered melodies dark samplers. Since the release of their crushing EP 'Old
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St Stephen's Day wouldn't be the same in Catalonia without the traditional meal of canelons and the annual Christmas carol concert that's been organised for more than a century now by the Orfeó Català. The stars of the show are the Orfeó's
For this special Christmas concert, singer-songwriter with an essence of punk Joan Colomo, along with his band, will do covers of the best songs from the radio format programming of yesterday, today and always: Camela, Sabrina, Raffaella Carrà,
Tralla de la bona. Sessió maratoniana de hard per la vena, a càrrec de Richie Gee (Barcelona), Barbers (Itàlia), Bels-on (França), Kanache (Veneçuela), Mark Rey (Barcelona), Cesc Zafra (Barcelona). Hard techno, nanos, hard techno!
Angel Molina and Tadeo are two basic lessons you need to learn to understand the techno of the Iberian Peninsula. Barcelona local Angel Molina is a powerhouse of the top electronic sounds, and Tadeo, the big cheese of Cyclical Trax, is an edgy and
Luis Le Nuit is a Barcelona institution. With his superior technique, Luis has played nearly every indie club in town, with his sessions that combine hits from across the decades with rarities and new tracks chosen by someone who really knows his
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