Júlia Farrés-Llongueras & Antonia Valente in Barcelona

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Júlia Farrés-Llongueras & Antonia Valente al Museu MUHBA

Júlia Farrés-Llongueras & Antonia Valente


10€ Box office
7€ Web30% Off
Thursday 29 August 2013

Júlia Farrés-Llongueras, soprano.

Antonia Valente, piano.


6.30 and 8.30pm*:

L. V. Beethoven Mailied (May song)

J. P. Égide Martini Piacer d’amor (Pleasure of love)

W. A. Mozart Das Veilchen (The violet)

F. Schubert Du bist die Ruh (You are rest)

R. Schumann Phantasiestücke, Op. 12:

Des Abends (Vespers) (piano)

In der Nacht (In the night) (piano)

Myrthen, Op. 25:

Widmung (Dedication)

C. Franck Le mariage des roses (The rose wedding)

G. Fauré Au bord de l’eau (On the riverbank)

R. Wagner Schmerzen (Sorrow)

7.30pm **:

E. Toldrà Les garbes dormen al camp (The haystacks sleep in the field)

Romanç de Santa Llúcia (Romance of Saint Lucy)

Vinyes verdes vora el mar (Green vines beside the sea)

L’ombra del lledoner (The shadow of the nettle tree):

A l’ombra del lledoner (In the shadow of the nettle tree)

Cançó de comiat (Farewell song)

Cançó de grumet (Cabin boy’s song)

Cançó de bressol (Lullaby)

Vida de galera (Galley life)

Júlia Farrés-Llongueras and Antonia Valente are two artists with international careers and training. The Catalan soprano has received classes from Maty Pinkas in Bulgaria and Renata Scotto in Rome and has won awards in Paris and Naples. Conducted by Lorin Maazel and Pedro Halffter, she has performed opera, oratorio and contemporary music in various Spanish cities. The Italian pianist has studied in Freiburg and has received advice from Claudio Martínez, Muriel Cantoreggi and Jan Philip Schulze. She dedicates herself above all to the 20th-century chamber repertoire, she has set up her own group for young talent and she is an opera accompanist and repertorist.

*Concert given on 1 May 1913 at the Palau de la Música Catalana. Performers: Mercè Plantada (soprano) and Ricard Vives (piano). It was the second concert by the Música da Camera Association and the first vocal and piano one. The two works for solo piano are a tribute to the concert given by Arther Rubinstein on 15 December 1916. 

**Concert given on 5 May 1924 at the Palau de la Música Catalan. It was the 10th concert of the 1923-1924 season organised by the Música Da Camera Association, where the Toldrà works were premiered. Performers: Emili Vendrell (tenor) and Eduard Toldrà (piano)

MUHBA - Museu d’Història de Barcelona

Sala Martí l'Humà

Plaça del Rei s/n 
08002 Barcelona 
T. 93 319 17 89 

Tickets on:

Box office Muhba, every sunday from 5.30pm to 8.30pm


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