Music and nature come together at the Live Room of the Liceu Conservatory

PROGRAM AND MUSICIANS:

 

STRAVINSKY
Concerto in D for strings
II. Arioso (Andante)

Corrado Bolsi, Gisella Curtolo, Clara Vivó, Roser Julià, Claudia López, Joana Espar, Claudio Ordoñez, Oriol Vergés, Emma Ortega, Mar De Antonio, violins
Paul Cortese, Ainara Quijada, Marina Prat, Manuel Del Horno, violas
Charles-Antoine Archambault, Zinah Le Bris, Candela Puigbò, cellos
Nil Moreno, Emilia Semper, double basses

C. MONTEVERDI
Ecco mormorar l’onde(Madrigal for 5 voices, Book II)

Marta Esteban Larraitz Navas, soprano
Marc Díaz, alto
Hector Ruiz, tenor
David Guitart, bass

T. TAKEMITSU
Toward the Sea, for flute and guitar
I. The Night
III. Cape Cod

Guillem Pérez Quer, guitar
Christian Farroni, flute

S. REICH
Clapping Music

David Vergé, Jorge Bosch, Hao Pan, Francisco Javier González, percussions

T. YOSHIMATSU
And Birds are Still, for strings op. 72

Corrado Bolsi, Gisella Curtolo, Clara Vivó, Roser Julià, Claudia López, Joana Espar, Claudio Ordoñez, Oriol Vergés, Emma Ortega, Mar De Antonio, violins
Paul Cortese, Ainara Quijada, Marina Prat, Manuel Del Horno, violas
Charles-Antoine Archambault, Zinah Le Bris, Candela Puigbò, cellos
Nil Moreno, Emilia Semper, double basses

C. IVES
The Unanswered Question, for four flutes, trumpet, and strings

Christian Farroni, Ricard Prió, Ada Masó, Sofia Rodríguez, flutes
Indah Nurwindradi, trumpet
Corrado Bolsi, Gisella Curtolo, Clara Vivó, Roser Julià, Claudia López, Joana Espar, Claudio Ordoñez, Oriol Vergés, Emma Ortega, Mar De Antonio, violins
Paul Cortese, Ainara Quijada, Marina Prat, Manuel Del Horno, violas
Charles-Antoine Archambault, Zinah Le Bris, Candela Puigbò, cellos
Nil Moreno, Emilia Semper, double basses

The Live Room of the Liceu Conservatory is a space renovated thanks to the patronage of the Ferrer-Salat Music Foundation, conceived to host live music and to be a resource open to the city and its people for the dissemination of culture and music. A new series of activities focusing on music, nature, sustainability, and science will begin on February 20th.

Music and nature, sound dialogues about our planet will be the program’s first concert-talk, an enthralling experience of deep connection and reflection by Nacho Peres, head of Permaculture at the Ferrer-Sustainability Foundation, another branch of the Ferrer ecosystem. In the same way that these talks bring together culture and music, social equity and climate justice are the pillars of both foundations, raising awareness, generating equal opportunities, and trying to regain the sensitivity lost in the heart of today’s society.

During this first evening, the audience will be able to see how, over the centuries, composers have found inspiration in the sounds and beauty of the natural environment and how they have fused harmonies, melodies, and textures to create an emotional dialogue with our planet. At the same time, Nacho Peres will invite us to reflect on soundscapes and the role of society in preserving them in the face of an unfortunately bleak scenario resulting from human selfishness and neglect.

Through these cycles, and with the Live Room being a loudspeaker for knowledge and critical thought, the Liceu Conservatory and the Foundation actively contribute to raising awareness, through music, of the need to act collectively to save the planet.

Admission to the event is free, but tickets must be booked in advance. This can be done through the Liceu Conservatory website or by clicking here:

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