Music Great Hall


Concert de Pasqua Ensemble Tramuntana



March, 31

8 p.m.


75 minutes


Between 8 and 25 euros

Recommended age

From 12 years

This year, the Easter Concert is going to be led by the Ensemble Tramuntana and the Cor del Teatre Principal. After Johan Sebastian Bach’s death in 1750, Classicism, a new musical era, is born. The program of this concert strolls through the decade that goes from 1777 to 1788 with the inestimable accompaniment of three Classicist giants such as Mozart, Boccherini, and Haydn.

The concert begins with Mozart’s Missa Brevis, composed for the Cathedral of Salzburg in 1777, when he was just 21 years old.

Next, we are going to listen Boccherini’s 26th Symphony, which was created by the great Latin genius in 1788 for the Prussian Court. 

This special night is going to end with Haydn’s 83rd Symphony “La Poule” (1785) for the Concert de la Loge Olympique de París.

Ensemble Tramuntana
Conductor: Barry Sargent

Cor del Teatre Principal
Conductor: Francesc Bonnín

Marta Bauzà
Begoña Gómez
Pablo López