If this is not magic, let –insert favourite composer here– come and confirm it: getting up early on Sunday, shake off laziness and not loiter for a second before the prospect of the winter cold is a trick that could only go well for the magicians of (What's The Story?) Morning Glory. And it turns out that throughout four Sunday sessions, classical music shakes the pomp and the ostentation and approaches everyone to show that there is life beyond the Vienna New Year's Concert.
The master of ceremonies is Maitane Beaumont, who took out of her time at the academy the desire to make it understood that this beloved music did not have to be "erudite" or "serious". –in addition to the domain of viola and lyrical singing–. So without the need for a tuxedo or high-heeled shoes, everyone is welcome to make friends with the classics and invite them into the 21st century. Connoisseurs, neophytes, lovers or simply curious, come at the vermouth time –or a little earlier in "La Previa" of La (3) – and discover the music of the future past.
Maitane Beaumont is the programmer of this cycle. She studied viola and lyrical singing in the heart of the Academy and she never understood why the music she played was called "cultured", "scholar" or "serious music". Currently, she develops several artistic projects that she combines with her teaching work at the Conservatori del Liceu and at the University of Barcelona.
11:30 - 14:00