After working as a film and classical music critic, radio and TV presenter, foreign correspondent, agency and newspaper journalist and editor in Europe and the US, Andrej Klemencic moved to Spain where he developed a group of programmes, including physical coaching and focused message. He finds the colours and shapes of Barcelona to be an enticing backdrop for professional and private life and, as many of its residents, looks forward to constant discoveries.
Textbook playing from one of Europe’s most highly regarded orchestras, the Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra, who unleashed the force of their strings onto the audience at L’Auditori. more
Renowned conductor Valery Gergiev demonstrates that technical excellence can, and in some cases must, join with deep emotional output by the orchestra. Instead for going for tonal perfection, he strives and succeeds to make sound beautiful. more
After some tumultuous years, the Liceu is back on track and looking to the future. more
Daniel Barenboim showed his excellence at Palau de la Música Catalana on November 24th. more
One of the world’s greatest piano players and the Modernista concert hall of Barcelona were almost a perfect match in the inaugural concert of the 33rd season of Ibercamera on Wednesday, October 5th. more
With state-of-the-art image and sound, Cine Phenomena is a high-tech shrine to the silverscreen. more