Cultural events in Barcelona November 2017

05-11-2017 | BARCELONA NEWS AND CULTURE, EVENTS IN BARCELONA

This November Barcelona has a variety of cultural events which will immerse you in the art and musicality of our city. From theatre to opera, musical concerts in all genres and art expositions, the range of events means there is something for everyone’s interest and liking.

Barcelona will be offering a broad variety spreading across all music genres; jazz, flamenco, tango, classical music and contemporary folk.

The 49th annual Voll-Damm International Festival of Jazz Barcelona has an incredible line-up of artists which will be performing all around the city. Beginning September 26th and continuing through till the end of November, artists including, Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn, Diana Krall, Paula Rojo and Iron & Wine will be performing at locations ranging from L’Auditori to the Palau de la Música.
There are also free concerts organized in the town centers of various areas of Barcelona, which offer tourists an insight into the local music. Popular artists will be performing over these next couple of months like Maria Arnal & Marcel Bagés and “Aurora”. On a daily basis, “Palau de la Música”, offers flamenco, tango, guitar and violin spectacles whereas L’Auditori hosts many classical music concerts.

The events being hosted in the grand opera of Barcelona, Liceo, this November are the universally acclaimed classic play of Romeo and Juliet and an experience through the world of opera “Allegro Vivace” with fragments of the operas of Monteverdi, Purcell, Mozart, Rossini, Donizetti, Berlioz, Verdi, Bizet y Puccini.

Also, in the art sector, in honor of Picasso’s 136th birthday, Picasso Museum has packed this Autumn full of surprises. From Thursday the 26th of October to the 28th of January, you can visit the four temporary exhibitions in the museum named “1917’’. They will recall the artist’s last long stay in our city through the works he carried out along with personal objects
and documentation. It is a chance to explore lesser-known aspects of Pablo Picasso and of Barcelona; one of the expositions focuses on the printmaking technique Picasso was characterized for in that time. The museum opens till 9:30 p.m. on Thursdays with free admission from 6 p.m; take advantage of this be the first to discover them in the heart of the gothic quarter.

Finally, with the arrival of Autumn, the return of the football season is here, even if you are not a football fan you must go to “Camp Nou” to live the unique experience there.

There is something for everyone’s entertainment this November, come and immerse yourself in the cultural events Barcelona has to offer!

 


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