Following on from the success of previous editions, the Bach Vermut music season is returning to the National Music Auditorium for its latest season, featuring pieces for organ by J.S.Bach and other great composers for the organ from throughout the ages.
A total of ten concerts make up the latest edition of the Bach Vermut season, featuring great musicians such as the French organist Vincent Dubois, the composer and organist Naji Hakim, Daniel Roth, Daniel Oyarzabal accompanied onstage by percussionists Joan Castelló and Juanjo Guillem, the Belgian organist Bernard Foccroulle, Óscar Candendo, Monica Melcova accompanied by trumpet player Manuel Blanco, Esteban Landart, and British musician David Briggs, who will be performing alongside the soprano Eugenia Boix.
This musical initiative was launched by the National Centre for the Dissemination of Music in 2014, and since then it has drawn close to 36,000 people over two consecutive seasons. The innovative format of these concerts combines various elements: the grandeur of Bach's music performed by the best international organ musicians, the use of a recreational space that breaks with classic protocol, and affordable ticket prices.
Venue: National Music Auditorium– Sala Sinfónica
15 October - Vincent Dubois
12 November - Naji Hakim
26 November - Daniel Oyarzabal, Juanjo Guillem and Joan Castelló
21 January - Óscar Candendo
4 February - Bernard Foccroulle
25 February - Daniel Roth
18 March – Mónica Melcova and Manuel Blanco
1 April - Juan de la Rubia
26 May - Esteban Landart
27 May - David Briggs and Eugenia Boix