The Forum Auditorium dedicates November to music
There is not an Auditorium in Barcelona with a capacity for 3.000 people, with the exception of the Forum Auditorium. For the most popular musical events, it is necessary to look for sports halls or multipurpose spaces properly conditioned to achieve an acceptable acoustics. Musical promoters are aware of this and for this reason they bet on a space that, despite its large capacity, allows the public to enjoy the show comfortably and with good sound quality. Being suitable for all music styles (classical, pop, rock, melodic…), the Forum Auditorium has scheduled an eclectic November.
On November 19, David Bustamante will be on tour in Barcelona to present his new album “Amor de los dos”, in which the singer declares his love for Mexico and, more specifically, for its music. When celebrating the 15th anniversary of his leap to fame in the first edition of TV show Operación Triunfo, and after having achieved fifteen platinum albums with more than one million copies sold, the artist lives a sweet moment in his career.
On the opposite, just five days later, the legendary King Crimson, a progressive rock group created in London in the late 60’s, will perform on the same stage. Despite the fact that they are not constantly playing in the media, the band has forged a solid trajectory and has won a large number of fans. In order to satisfy them, they have scheduled two concerts on consecutive dates, with a total capacity of 6.000 people.
On Saturday 26, it is the turn of Sergio Dalma, one of the most popular singers on the national scene. His long career and 4 million albums sold are for sure a guarantee of success. He sold all the tickets for the two concerts he offered at the Forum Auditorium in April, hence the idea of adding a new musical evening in Barcelona to his tour. His fans will not miss this appointment this time.
Video game becomes a musical experience
Even if symphonic orchestras have incorporated video game music into their repertoires recently, its origin dates back to the late 80’s in Japan. As a result, tradition and modernity have been merged, bringing symphonic music closer to all audiences.
The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses is a clear example of it. This concert is part of a musical tour that presents the orchestrated music of the video games series created by Nintendo. This production has been presented in different cities around the world reaping great success and returned to the CCIB as a prelude to the three concerts in November. The fans of Zelda’s phenomenon did not miss this must-attend event.