(What's the Story?) Morning Glory: Marco Mezquida

Marco Mezquida
Marco Mezquida

The classical music concert series named after an Oasis album, '(What's the Story) Morning Glory', is back with daytime performances at Sala Apolo every Sunday for a month at noon, locally known as vermouth hour. 

The series aims to programme classical music out of its usual context – that is, in a popular concert hall and electronic music club, in relaxed surroundings, the audience sat on sofas and in armchairs, in small format and for a reduced audience.

On January 22 you can take in a concert by Marco Mezquida, a pianist who plays classical pieces with a different and innovative touch. At just 29 years old, Mezquida has become one of the most sought-after musicians on the jazz scene and in improvised music. Praised by critics and audiences for his versatility and strong musical magnetism, Mezquida is one of the most well-rounded and expressive artists of his generation. 


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