The terrace of the History Museum of Catalonia becomes the stage for a summer cycle of Mediterranean music.
Summer Nights at the museum’s terrace, in the heart of the Port of Barcelona and with one of the best views of the city. This year’s cycle, ‘Mediterráneo. Music that is played ‘, which will take place every Wednesday in July and the first of August, revolves around the music of the Mediterranean and wants to be a space in which tradition and modernity, heritage and future shake hands for travel through every corner of the Mare Nostrum.
Thus, jazz, the protagonist of the previous editions, gives way to mestizo and entrenched performances such as those of Miquel Gil, Maria Mazzotta, Anna Ferrer or Mario Mas, among others. A sample of the dialogue and the interconnection that there may be between music between one shore and the other, in the four cardinal points, wind and offshore, carried out in collaboration with the Fira de la Mediterrània de Manresa. A shout to the brotherhood among the inhabitants of one of the spaces that we love most of our house: the sea.
The entrance, which you can book by calling 93 225 42 44, writing to firstname.lastname@example.org or in the link below. includes a drink and the entrance to the show, but not only that: if you go two hours before, at 20 h., you can visit the exhibition ‘Fashion and Dressmakers’, with guided tour. Music that is played and that also invites you to rediscover one of the most charming spaces in the city.