18/8/14 Gaudí Nights at Torre Bellesguard
Torre Bellesguard is the scene of Gaudí Nights along this summer, an exclusive music event where the attendants will enjoy a panoramic guide visit, a glass of cava and the most delightful concerts of blues, jazz or classical guitar music.
Torre Bellesguard (Bellesguard Tower) is one of Antoni Gaudí’s most important works –and at the same time, one of the less knowns- that mixes gothic and modernism, full of symbolism and with fantastic gardens and spectacular views. To sum up, a wonderful and perfect environment for enjoying music.
Since September 2013, Torre Bellesguard, located in Barcelona, has been opened to visitors. It was built between 1900 and 1909 and is one of the few Gaudí buildings inhabited by their owners. Its walls give off an amazing architecture and a historical baggage, delighting both lovers of Gaudí architecture and those who wants to discover more about the history of Catalonia.
Regarding to the music event, Gaudí Nights are compound by different styles: blues on Wednesday, jazz on Thursday, guitar and flamenco on Friday and, finally, Saturday is the day of classical music. For these concert series, the artists are the blues masters Steve De Swardt and Diego Zapata, jazz duet Fredrik Carlquist and Dave Mitchell, or Iulian Gogu and Olga Mensenin, whom with their transverse flute and violin will please the attendants with a classical music concert.
Gaudí Nights will take place until mid-September in this exclusive location. From Hotel Omm we encourage you to discover Torre Bellesguard, one of the most unique and symbolic works of Gaudí, while enjoying the live music in a unique space.