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The show features a selection of three hundred ceramic pieces applied in architecture, from Antiquity to the present. The works are from both the Museum’s own collections and from numerous European museums.
It is the first exhibition that uses this type of ceramic, and works from the ancient world to the present. The exhibition highlights the importance and the continuing use of ceramic in architecture, as well as its traditions and innovations.
Curated by the architect Pedro Azara, the show will start simultaneously with the Forty-Seventh Congress of the International Academy of Ceramics in Barcelona. Th event will take place in the Disseny Hub Barcelona building, which also houses the Museum itself.
More activities will be organised by the Museum in cooperation with the Ceramics Chair of the International University of Catalonia.
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Festival Mil·lenni 18 presents a diverse programming styles suitable to satisfy all audiences. The festival features concerts spread across forty different scenarios Barcelona from this November to May 2017 and there are still some names to be confirmed. The sites for the performances will remain the Gran Teatre del Liceu, the Auditori, the Palau de la Música and other venues such as Razzmatazz, Apolo, Bikini or BARTS to which this year adds El Molino and Casino L'Aliança. The genres of music spread from classical music to rock to international pop. Some big names in the line up include Jain, The Devine Comedy and many more. Surely there is something to see for everyone.Find out more »
John Mayall and company are coming to Barcelona February 21st as a part of the Livin' and Lovin' Blues international 2017 tour. John Mayall, a blues master and key figure in contemporary music, has already released more than 60 albums, many of which have assumed new patterns within rock blues and have garnered great criticism and acceptance from the public, such as Behind The Iron Curtain, Chicago Line or Wake Up Call, Blues For the Lost Days and Padlock On The Blues.
Having been the backbone to bands with many famous members, including the band where the founders of Fleetwood Mac met, John Mayall is a staple in music and specifically the Blues.
LIVIN '& LOVIN' THE BLUES TOUR 2017 arrives in Spain with a full John Mayall who will review the history of the blues and his new album "Find a Way to Care."
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Steve Hackett, the guitarist from Genesis, has a new show premiering Spring 2017. This tour will come to Barcelona at the Gran Teatre del Liceu March 23rd, 2017. Watch Steve with his current band, Classic Hackett, perform some of the best hits from Genesis with new twists. These include several gems from the album 'Wind and Wuthering' celebrating its 40th anniversary, as well as other great favorites like 'The Musical Box' and Other songs of Genesis that had never before been interpreted as 'Inside & Out' and 'Anyway' ... In this spectacular tour Steve will also present songs from his new album. He has a full career with more than 30 solo albums, as well as the 7 that he did with Genesis.
Steve Hackett leaves us now this new and exciting show: 'Tour Genesis Revisited with Classic Hackett'.
Tickets for the concert can be purchased from 10:00 on Friday 18 November here or at the Gran Teatre del Liceu ticket office.Find out more »
Lee 'Scratch' Perry has decided to take a break from Jamaica in March and tour around Spain, performing again after the success of his previous times in Spain. His Barcelona concert will be on March 25.
Lee Perry has toured Europe, congregating and blessing both old and new fans with his melodies. The "Upsetter" continues to look towards the future, making music reminiscent of African roots but at the same time reaching into the immensity of outer space. Lee is perhaps the only musician of 80 years who can dance right straight, with only one leg and for an hour.
As a pioneer of reggae and a cornerstone for the genre, Lee Perry will always be a great and exciting show to see.
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El Vida 2017 comes back June 29th to July 2nd with the much anticipated return of two of the most important international bands of recent years, Fleet Foxes and Phoenix. With both bands scheduled to release new albums soon, there will certainly be plenty to be excited about. Phoenix, a French alternative band, will be headlining the newly revamped Thursday night. Fleet Foxes will be headlining on Saturday, finally breaking their six-year break from the stage. Another big name to headline this years festival will be the Flaming Lips.
In addition to these headliners, the American bands Warpaint and Dr. Dog, the renowned London DJ Erol Alkan, the great collaboration between Rosalía and Raül Refree "Los Angeles", the southern psychoblues of Guadalupe Plata, the melodic pop of Joan Miquel Oliver and the new solo project of Enric Montefusco, who join the already confirmed The Flaming Lips, Real Estate and La Casa Azul will also be performing.
Many of the tickets have been purchased already, so don't miss your chance to see El Vida 2017.
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