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Les Arts proposes to give culture for Christmas

Christmas culture

He Palau de les Arts proposes to give culture for Christmas this holidays with the sale of its first gift card, which will be redeemable for the amount of seats for any show of the season.

Through your page web, and in person at the theater box office, Les Arts offers this
new product, available for a minimum amount of 50 euros and with expiration one year after the
purchase, aimed at those interested in the different artistic proposals attached to the season of the
theater.

In 2022, Les Arts' offer will include important programming milestones with unreleased titles such as
'The Hoffman Tales' by Offenbach, under the musical direction of Marc Minkowski; the return of
Baroque staged in the Main Hall with 'Ariodante' by Händel, directed by Andrea Marcon; he
Bernstein theater primer with 'Trouble in Tahiti', in addition to the essential Verdi repertoire with
‘Macbeth’.

Likewise, over the next year, the cycle dedicated to the ‘lied’ will receive a visit from some of the artists
most sought-after on the lyrical scene as Matthias Goerne, Benjamin bernheim, Marianne Crebassa o
Jakub Józef Orliński, while in the symphonic chapter, the Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana
will maintain his work with reference batons with appointments with Josep Pons, Mark Elder and his director
musical James Gaffigan.

Meanwhile, the section dedicated to dance will present in 2022 three first-rate choreographic shows
level, with the National Ballet of Spain (BNE) and the show ‘Invocation’; Sol Picó and his company of
dance, that premiere ‘Titanas’, a new production in collaboration with Les Arts, and the presence of
Perm Opera Ballet, featuring ‘La Bayadère’ by Ludwig Minkus.

further, Les Arts will continue in 2022 with the different programming lines around the voice and that
include from cante jondo with Arcángel, Mayte Martín and María Terremoto in ‘Les Arts es flamenco’
to Pat Metheny’s Jazz in ‘Arts and Other Music’.

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