Deutsche Grammophon celebrates its second edition Yellow Lounge in Madrid

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Following the success of the first Yellow Lounge Madrid, Deutsche Grammophon celebrates its second edition betting on the contextualization of classical music live again.
As if it were a concert pop-up, the new appointment Yellow Lounge will take place in Madrid next Friday 18/10/13 in Q17 Studios, a photographic studio in which interpretations of the violinist Leticia Moreno and guitarist Miloš Karadaglić They lived with DJ and screening of video.
While the Deutsche Grammophon label, called yellow stamp, began its search for new presentation formats for live classical music.
In 2001 He conducted a "Yellow Lounge" literally "yellow room", in Vienna, and then Berlin, where he established a series of small concerts the first Monday of each month, day close city clubs. Since then the Yellow Lounge have evolved and settling in other cities like New York, London, Amsterdam, Warsaw, Seoul, Tokio, Rio de Janeiro and Madrid ....
The artists participating in these sessions where live performances with DJ sessions and the screening of video, They are willing to come into contact with new audiences and share a new musical experience. They are artists who have a deep love for Chopin or Bach, but traveling with their scores stuck on your iPad, up barriers and do not understand ...

The Yellow Lounge Madrid were inaugurated with the concert Francesco Tristano (pianist, composer and producer) He offered the day 18.10.12 Ship in the Red Bull Music Slaughterhouse.


18.10.13 Q17 Studios (Calle Quintilian, 11. Next to Avenida de America) 20.00h

20.00h Opening doors - DJ Slow
21.00h Leticia Moreno (fiddle)
Presentation of his new album "Spanish Landscapes" (for violin and piano *)
21.25h Milos Karadaglić (guitar)
Presentation of their albums for DG "Mediterranean" and "Latino"
Visual Ola Man, with photographs of Assisi G. Ayerbe

* Bösendorfer sponsors this concert with the Grand Piano “Imperial”