Concert-vermouth: Hidrogenesse

Higrogenesse will offer a recital based on their repertoire, full of historic, cultural and geographic references.

At the end of the 20th century, Hidrogenesse founded the Austro-Hungarian collective. They chose this name for their recording label to refer to a place and time that no longer existed. In this closing concert of the exhibitions 1917. Picasso in Barcelona and Arthur Cravan. Maintenant?, which explore the cultural moment that took place during the Great War – triggering the end of the Austro-Hungarian Empire -, Hidrogenesse will offer a recital based on their  repertoire, full of historic, cultural and geographic references. Always interested in the passing of time and revolutions, they have recorded songs such as “This is how you dance in the 20th century”, “19th century”, “1987” and “Let’s leave the century”.

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Sunday January 28th, 12:30pm.

Pati Noguera.

Admission free of charge, limited capacity.

Access: plaça Sabartés, 1.