The Gospel Viu Choir
—Non Stop Gospel 20

Description

TGVChoir Non Sotp Gospel 2.0

Performers

The Gospel Viu Choir, voices
Xavier Raurich, keyboard
Àngel Valentí, drums
Tomàs Frauca, guitar
Alexandre Rexach, bass
Xavier Yelo, technical producer
Moisès Sala, producer and director

Details

The Gospel Viu Choir begins a national tour to celebrate twenty years on the stage, presenting Non Stop Gospel 20, a concert that captures the most striking and iconic moments of their previous shows (Marchin’ to Freedom [2004], The Gospel X-perience [2006], The Gospel X-perience in Symphony [2008], Spirituals [2010], Non Stop Gospel [2012], Reload [2014], Gospelizing [2017] and Vida [2020]).

The Gospel Viu want everyone in the audience to be able to enjoy the emotions of the memories and moments that have marked the ensemble over the past twenty years, and that have defined them as a leading musical project since 2006 (sharing gospel and stirring up emotions all over the world: 15 countries and 4 different continents, from large cities to small towns, singing about love and tenderness through smiles, hard work, tears, challenges and more).

The Gospel Viu take to the stage at the Palau de la Música with Non Stop Gospel 2.0, an ode to life, a gospel experience that marks a certain period and style of its own.

“Dreaming is easy, acting is difficult; but putting dreams into action is the most wonderful thing in life” (Moisès Sala)

Special offer

Guided tour (5.30 pm) + Concert (19 h)

Enjoy a tour to discover the history and construction of the only modernist World Heritage Hall by UNESCO (5.30 pm), and a concert (7 pm)

Special price of € 25.

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Information and tickets

Dates and tickets

  • 24 May 2022
    Tue
    19:00 h
    Concert Hall

Production information

Prices:20 €
Organized by:Fund.Orfeó Català-Palau de la Música

Program

Other ways to purchase your tickets:

Phone

T. 932 957 207

Ticket Office

[email protected]
c/ Palau de la Música, 4-6, 08003 Barcelona

  • Monday to Saturday: from 9 am to 9 pm.
  • Sunday and public holidays: from 9.30 am to 1 pm and 2 hours before the concert (for sale day).

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