Categoría:Música en Barcelona
Esta categoría incluye las siguientes 6 subcategorías:
Páginas en la categoría «Música en Barcelona»
Esta categoría contiene las siguientes 31 páginas:
Esta categoría incluye las siguientes 6 subcategorías:
Esta categoría contiene las siguientes 31 páginas:
1. Conservatori Superior de Musica del Liceu – Conservatori Superior de Música del Liceu is a music college in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. It was created in 1837 with the name Liceo Filo-dramático de Montesión, in 1847 the Institution inaugurated the opera house Gran Teatre del Liceu. In 1854 The Liceo Filarmónico and the Gran Teatre del Liceu separated administratively, nevertheless, both entities have always remained closely linked. Many of them also became professors there upon completion of their studies, among the professors there were Catalan composers Enric Morera, Graciano Tarragó and German composer Engelbert Humperdinck. The Barcelona Guitar Orchestra is based there, conservatori Superior de Música del Liceu websiteConservatori Superior de Musica del Liceu – Gran Teatre del Liceu
2. Montjuic Olympic Stadium – Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys is a stadium in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. Originally built in 1927 for the 1929 International Exposition in the city, the stadium has a capacity of 54,000, and is located in the Anella Olímpica, in Montjuïc, a large hill to the southwest of the city which overlooks the harbor. In 2001 the stadium was renamed after the president of the Generalitat de Catalunya Lluís Companys. Designed by architect Pere Domènech i Roura for the 1929 Expo, the first event took place 4 July 1929, when Bolton Wanderers were invited to play a friendly against a Catalan XI. It was meant to host the Peoples Olympiad in 1936, a protest event against the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, but the event had to be cancelled due the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War. In the fifties, the stadium was the centerpiece of the 1955 Mediterranean Games, in the seventies the stadium was disused, and the stands deteriorated. When the Spanish Grand Prix and other races were held at the Montjuïc racing circuit, due to safety concerns, the 1975 F1 race was nearly boycotted by drivers. Due to the award of the 1992 Summer Olympics to Barcelona, the stadium was gutted, preserving only the original facades, and new grandstands were built. In 1989 the venue was re-inaugurated for the World Cup in Athletics, the stadium served as the home of football club RCD Espanyol from 1997 until 2009. The Estadi Olímpic made its final La Liga appearance during the 2008-2009 season and it also served as the home of the Barcelona Dragons American Football team until 2002. They were later lengthened to the standard 10 yards, the stadium also played host to the NFLs American Bowl in 1993 and in 1994. The San Francisco 49ers played the Pittsburgh Steelers on 1 August 1993, the second game was played on 31 July 1994 between the Los Angeles Raiders and the Denver Broncos. The stadium has since 1990 hosted the Míting Internacional d´Atletisme Ciutat de Barcelona an annual track, in 2010, the stadium hosted the 20th European Athletics Championships. 1929, Montjuïc hosted Spains first official international game against Italy. 1930, Copa del Rey Final between Athletic Bilbao and Real Madrid,1933, National football cup Final between Athletic Bilbao and Real Madrid. 1934, National football cup final between Valencia CF and Real Madrid,1935, Boxing match Paolino Uzcudun vs. Max Schmeling 1939, National football cup final between Sevilla FC and Racing de Ferrol. 1944, National football cup final between Athletic Bilbao and Valencia CF,1945, National football cup final between Sevilla FC and Racing de Ferrol. 1946, National football cup final between Real Madrid and Valencia CF,1957, National football cup final between FC Barcelona and RCD EspanyolMontjuic Olympic Stadium – UEFA Category 4 Stadium
3. Manel – Manel is an indie pop band from Barcelona who sing in Catalan. They released their first album in 2008 and they describe their musical style as a synthesis of pop and folk music. Critics have linked their style to that of other Catalan-speaking musicians such as Pau Riba, Jaume Sisa, the members of Mãe do Manel met while attending Costa i Llobera school in Barcelona. They first came to attention as finalists in the 2007 Sona9 music competition. With the prize money they were able to cover the costs of their debut album, Els millors professors europeus. The album, recorded at Estudis Nòmada 57 between June and October 2007 and produced by Discmedi, was released the year to critical acclaim. The Catalan magazine Enderrock pronounced it the best pop-rock album of the year, in its issue of January 2009, Rockdelux described it as the third best Spanish album of the previous year, while the magazine MondoSonoro rated it the seventh-best. The video for Dona estrangera, directed by Sergi Pérez Mañas, was awarded the prize for best video at the 2008 Cinemad festival. Apart from the featured on Els millors professors europeus, the groups repertoire includes cover versions of No tenyoro by Els Pets, La Tortura by Shakira. Els millors professors europeus went gold, selling more than 30000 copies and their second album, from which two songs were released in February 2011, went on sale on 15 March 2011 titled 10 milles per veure una bona armadura. In ten days, it became the album in Spain. The title comes from a phrase pronounced by Kenneth Branagh in Much Ado about Nothing. In its first week, it more than 10,000 copies and reached number 1 on the CD sales chart in Spain. This second album was released on vinyl. Atletes, baixin de lescenari is the studio album by the Spanish group Manel, published by and distributed by Warner Music in CD, vinyl. The album was released on 16 April 2013, in its first week, the album reached number one on Promusicae billboards in Spain selling more than 10,000 copies. Arnau Vallvé, Vocals, percussion, and MIDI, martí Maymó, Vocals, bass, contrabass, clarinete and sweet flute. Roger Padilla, Vocals, guitar, banjo, melodica, mandola, ukulele, guillem Gisbert, Main vocals, ukulele and guitarManel – Guillem Gisbert.
4. Mini Estadi – Mini Estadi is a football stadium located in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. The 15, 276-seat stadium is situated across from Camp Nou, the stadium was home to FC Barcelona C until July 2007, when they disbanded. It has also been home to the Barcelona Dragons, an NFL Europe American football team, the stadium is currently home to FC Barcelona B, FCBs reserve team, as well as FC Barcelonas womens team, and Juvenil A. It occasionally hosts the team of Andorra as well. Queen performed at the stadium during their Magic Tour on 1 August 1986, david Bowie performed, on two consecutive nights, at the stadium during his Glass Spider Tour on 7–8 July 1987. Elton John performed at the stadium during his One Tour on 21 July 1992, the concert was recorded and released on VHS and DVD. As part of the Espai Barça project, the Mini Estadi will be demolished to make way for the redeveloped Palau Blaugrana. The new Estadi Johan Cruyff will be built at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper campus, which serve as the new home of Barça B. FC Barcelona FC Barcelona B FC Barcelona Mini Estadi at fcbarcelona. com Estadios de Espana Mini Estadi at Google MapsMini Estadi – Mini Estadi
5. Palau de la Musica Catalana – The Palau de la Música Catalana is a concert hall in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. It was inaugurated February 9,1908, the project was financed primarily by the society, but important financial contributions also were made by Barcelonas wealthy industrialists and bourgeoisie. The Palau won the architect an award from the Barcelona City Council in 1909, between 1982 and 1989, the building underwent extensive restoration, remodeling, and extension under the direction of architects Oscar Tusquets and Carles Díaz. In 1997, the Palau de la Música Catalana was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site along with Hospital de Sant Pau, today, more than half a million people a year attend musical performances in the Palau that range from symphonic and chamber music to jazz and Cançó. The Palau is located in the corner of a street, Carrer Palau de la Música. Most of the other prominent modernista buildings, those designed by Antoni Gaudí, in contrast to many other buildings built in the modernisme style, however, it must also be said that the design of the Palau is eminently rational. It pays strict attention to function and makes use of the most up-to-date materials. As Benton has pointed out, To eyes unaccustomed to the architecture of Barcelona, and yet the building follows exactly the exhortations of the rationalists. The structure, in brick and iron, is clearly expressed, actually, its walls are the first example of curtain wall structures. The exposed red brick and iron, the mosaics, the glass. Even Miguel Blays massive sculptural group symbolizing Catalan music on the corner of the building does not impede the view into or out from the interior, as Carandell and co-authors have pointed out, in the Palau the house as a defense and protected inner space has ceased to exist. Two colonnades enjoy a position on the second-level balcony of the main façade. Each column is covered uniquely with multicolored glazed tile pieces in mostly floral designs and is capped with a candelabrum that at night blazes with light. Above the columns are busts of Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Johann Sebastian Bach. The top of the main façade is graced by a large mosaic by Lluís Bru that represents the members of the Orfeó Català. Originally, guests entered the Palau from the street through two arches supported by pillars that opened into the vestibule. The former ticket windows, which are located in the pillar, are beautiful concentric arches adorned with floral mosaics of various materials created by Lluís Bru. The ceiling of the vestibule is decorated with glazed ceramic moldings that are arranged in the shape of stars, from the vestibule, on the left and right, grand marble staircases ascend from between crowned lamps on columns to bring visitors to the second floorPalau de la Musica Catalana – UNESCO World Heritage Site
6. Palacio de los Deportes de Barcelona – The Palau dels Esports de Barcelona is a multi-purpose indoor arena in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. It is on Lleida Street on the slopes of Montjuïc, a hill to the south east of the city centre, the arena is able to host competitions of any indoor sport. In 2000 it was adapted to better accommodate theatre and musical shows and given a new name, the seating capacity was reduced from 8,000 to 3,500, but comfort and the acoustic quality were enhanced. Inaugurated in 1955 for the Mediterranean Games, it was designed by the architect Josep Soteras and it was the only indoor arena of its type in Barcelona until 1971 when FC Barcelona inaugurated the Palau Blaugrana. During the 1980s it was the home of the RCD Espanyol basketball team and it was remodelled in 1986 by the architect Francesc Labastida for the group E games of the World Basketball Championship of 1986. At the beginning of the 1990s activity in the arena began to diminish, the basketball team disappeared and in 1990 the Palau Sant Jordi was inaugurated, attracting many of the top events from that date on. The venue hosted rhythmic gymnastics and the phase of the volleyball for the 1992 Summer Olympics. This proved to be its sporting swansong, however, and from the mid-1990s it concentrated on hosting drama, music and comedy. es Info from agendabcn. com Location on Google MapsPalacio de los Deportes de Barcelona – Entrance of the Barcelona Teatre Musical
7. Palau Sant Jordi – Palau Sant Jordi is an indoor sporting arena and multi-purpose installation that is part of the Olympic Ring complex located in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. Designed by the Japanese architect Arata Isozaki, it was opened in 1990, the maximum seating capacity of the arena is 16,670 for basketball, and 24,000 for musical events. It is the eleventh largest indoor arena in the world, the third largest indoor arena in Europe, the Palau Sant Jordi was one of the main venues of the 1992 Summer Olympics hosting the artistic gymnastics, handball final, and volleyball final events. Today, it is used for all kinds of sport events as well as for concerts and other cultural activities. The arena was the venue of the 1995 IAAF World Indoor Championships in Athletics and it was the venue of three EuroLeague Final Fours in 1998,2003, and 2011. It also hosted the EuroBasket 1997, from the quarterfinals on, the final of 2000 Davis Cup was the 89th edition of the most important tournament between nations in mens tennis. Spain defeated Australia at Palau Sant Jordi on 8–10 December, giving Spain their first title, the arena also hosted the finals of 2009 Davis Cup between Spain and Czech Republic with the victory for the Spaniards 5-0. Palau Sant Jordi was the venue of the 2003 FINA World Championships. A temporary, regulation swimming pool was installed for the occasion and it played the same role for the 2013 FINA World Championships, since the city of Barcelona hosted the Championships again after 10 years. It was one of six sites that hosted the 2013 World Mens Handball Championship including the final and it was also one of six sites to host the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup in Spain. On October 5,2016, the arena hosted an NBA preseason game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and local team FC Barcelona Regal, list of tennis stadiums by capacity Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys official website technical dossier Davis Cup final 2009, inside imaginePalau Sant Jordi – Palau Sant Jordi
8. Primavera Festival – Primavera Sound is a music festival that takes place between the end of May and beginning of June in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain and Oporto, Portugal. The first edition took place in 2001 in Poble Espanyol and in 2005 it moved to the Parc del Fòrum, the nature of the festival and the wide range of bands represented have made Primavera Sound a meeting point for artists and spectators from all generations. At every edition the event has grown both in terms of numbers and in terms of exposure, press, radio and television both nationally and internationally. Its first edition in 2001 closed with an attendance of 8000 people, the 2001 edition was the first to show the current format of Primavera Sound Festival. It was the first year in the Poble Espanyol and the first when more than one stage was used, five stages were set up where a good selection of the best pop and dance music was played. The 2002 Primavera Sound edition took place on 17 and 18 May, the main change was the addition of a second day to the festival. That was also the first year to include non-musical activities and those were thought up to complete the musical offering of the festival and included the design exhibition “Un ruido secreto” or the Primavera Soundtrack Film Festival. Public attendance was 24,000 people, seven thousand people more than the previous year, likewise, more than 450 journalists were there to cover the event. The number of acts also increased, more than 90 groups, five areas were arranged at the Poble Espanyol site for the night shows. I. T. Black Emperor, Hangedup, The Streets, Baby Zizanie, A Room With A View, Record Label and Industry Fair is a record fair devoted to industry insiders. A total of 40 stands represented the leading independent Spanish record labels, as well as music press, Primavera Soundtrack Film Festival screening of films related to the pop culture programme, Standing in the Shadows of Motown, Paul Justman. 35 mm. Biggie and Tupac, Nick Broomfield, in 2004 the festival kept growing in length, artists and attendance. Other headliners such as PJ Harvey, Primal Scream, The Divine Comedy, the Mercat de les Flors, where the day-time activities took place, increased this year the number of bands, thanks to the outdoor stage next to the Record labels Fair. The line-up of this included a greater number of international artists such as Edison Woods, Berg Sans Nipple, Fernando Alfaro & Nacho Vegas. Besides the mentioned bands, these were some of the most celebrated shows among the almost 100 live acts of Primavera Sound 2004, among local acts, remarkable shows by La Buena Vida, Lluís Llach, Ruper Ordorika, Chucho and Atom Rhumba could be seen. Record Label and Industry Fair devoted to industry insiders, a total of 30 stands represented the leading independent Spanish record labels, as well as specialized press and associated companies. Primavera Soundtrack Film Festival Screening of films related to the pop culture programme, a film about They Might Be Giants by AJ Schmack. -I Am Trying To Break Your Heart, a film about Wilco by Sam JonesPrimavera Festival – Logo for Primavera Sound 2010.