Marco Mezquida & Bernstein
—Orquestra Simfònica del Vallès



Do you want to attend the world premiere of "Talaiot"? Connect for free by streaming to Palau Digital and enjoy the concert for piano and orchestra written by Marco Mezquida and inspired by the prehistoric monuments of Menorca. Access from 19.15 p.m. (approximate start time of the second part of the concert).


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Marco Mezquida, piano
Orquestra Simfònica del Vallès
Víctor Pablo Pérez, conductor


L. BERNSTEIN: Obertura Candide
D. ELLINGTON: Sophisticated Lady
L. BERNSTEIN: West Side Story
M. MEZQUIDA: Concerto for piano and orchestra “Talaiot” (world premiere)


Loyalizing the collaboration between maestro Marco Mezquida and the OSV, this year we present a program that includes the world premiere of Marco Mezquida's concert for piano and orchestra. The pianist, closely linked to the orchestra, has chosen it to present his debut work in symphonic terms. Also, the OSV will show off his versatility, also interpreting works by American composers Leonard Bernstein (Opening Candide and West Side Story) and Duke Ellington (Sophisticated Lady).

In the half part, enjoy a gastronomic special pack!

We offer you the option of booking a table at the Palau Foyer to have a snack during the middle part of the concerts. For reservations between 1 and 6 people.

We offer you 12 gastronomic packs with several drink, snack and dessert options (entre 12 i 23 €).

Choose the one you like the most, make your reservation and you will have your snack ready during the intermission of the concert.


Information and tickets

Dates and tickets

  • 25 March 2023
    18:30 h
    Concert Hall

Production information

Prices:from 20 to 68 €
Organized by:Orq.Simfònica del Vallès and Fund.Orfeó Català-Palau de la Música
With support from:

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