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Musical nights at Torre Bellesguard

Musical nights at Torre Bellesguard
Written by Paula

Torres Bellesguard is one of Gaudí´s less famous works, built between the years of 1900 and 1909. Inspired by Martin I’s medieval castle, the work blends Art Noveau, Gothic style and the restored ruins.

This year the tower’s grounds will be hosting Nits Gaudí a Bellesguard, a cycle of concerts by international artists that will last until the 15th of September.

Program

bellesguard barcelonaWednesdays – Blues nights

Roger Torruella & Cesar Matos (Aug 5th) , Chino & Blás Picon (Agu 9th and 26th), Steve Swardt & Diego Zapata (Aug 12th), Cita a Ciegas (Sep 2nd and 9th)

Thursdays – Jazz nights

Marina Tuset & Tom Amat (Aug 6th and 13th), Natsuko Sugao & Iago Marta (Aug 20th), Frederik Carlquist & Dave Mitchell (Aug 27th and Sep 10th), Matthew Simon & Dave Mitchell (Sep 3rd)

Fridays – Flamenco nights

Victor “El Tostao” & Oscar Martínez (Aug 7th and 21st, Sep 11th), Anna Colom & Anna Casado & Gandom Garousi (Aug 14th), Cristian Cosano & Daniel Candel (Aug 28th and Sep 4th)

Saturdays – World Music

Brasil (Bossa Nova) Anna Luna & Danilo Pinheiro (Aug 8th), Gipsy Music: Biel Ballester & Leo Hipaucha (Aug 15th), Slavic & Balkan Music: Iulian Gogu & Olga Mensein (Aug 22nd and 29th, Sep 12th), Mediterranean Music: Carola Ortíz I Edurne Arizu (Sep 5th)

Guided Tour & Chill Out Zone

Guests should arrive at 7:30 pm for a one-hour guided tour, after which the concert will take place.

bellesguard barcelonaFrom 10 pm to 12 am Bellesguard will remain open, turning into a Chill Out Zone, where the guests can enjoy the gastronomic offer and drinks.

Practical Information

Ticket prices are 19€ for each concert and 7€ for access to the Chill Out Zone.

Terre Bellesguard is located at Carrer Bellesguard 16-20 in the Sarrià-Sant Gervasi barrio. You can get there by taking buses number 58, 22, 75, 60, 196 or 123. You can also take the Blue Route of Bus Turístic; Barcelona City Tour’s East Route; Tramvía Blau, or the FGC train leaving from Pl. Catalunya, exiting at Tibidabo.

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Paula

Paula is an experienced content writer, translator and editor.

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