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12 Jul

COR DE CAMBRA DEL PALAU DE LA MÚSICA CATALANA

Auditori Teatre Espai Ter
Friday, 12/07/2019 22:00 

COR DE CAMBRA DEL PALAU DE LA MÚSICA CATALANA

LA CARAVAGGIA

Auditori Teatre Espai Ter

Friday, 12/07/2019 22:00 

Palau de la Música Catalana Chamber Choir

La Caravaggia

Xavier Puig, music director

Anna Romaní, stage director

Ensaladas and madrigals of the Catalan Renaissance

Pere Alberch Vila: El bon jorn / Joan Brudieu: Ma volentat ab la rahó s’envolpa / Lluís de Milà: Pavan and Galliard / Mateu Fletxa the Elder: La viuda / Gloria... pues nació / La justa / Mateu Fletxa the Younger: Alza doglioso canto / O qual corona d’odorati fiori

An overview of Catalan music of the Renaissance with a selection of works by the main composers of the 16th century, an outstanding period for music in the country. Works ranging from the instrumental dance pieces composed by Lluís de Milà for Ferdinand of Aragon’s court in Valencia, to the Italian madrigals by Mateu Fletxa the Younger, which display the influence of Italian tradition. Also included is a Catalan language madrigal, in which Joan Brudieu took his inspiration from the poet Ausiàs March, and the Iberian genre of the Ensalada, of which Mateu Fletxa the Elder was the maximum exponent.

Web: www.lacaravaggia.com
Facebook: @LaCaravaggia

25 Jul

JOSHUA REDMAN

El Molinet
Thursday, 25/07/2019 22:00 

JOSHUA REDMAN

CHARLES MCPHERSON QUARTET 20:00h

El Molinet

Thursday, 25/07/2019 22:00 

Charles McPherson Quartet

Charles McPherson, alto sax | Bruce Barth, piano | Mark Hodgson, double bass | Stephen Keogh, drums

Charles McPherson is a living legend in jazz and an outstanding performer of Bebop, for him the most important style because, as he himself says, it embraces all the styles there are in jazz. McPherson’s musical sensibility, elegance and creativity have inspired generations of performers and captivated audiences. He worked with Charles Mingus from 1960 to 1972 and has performed with artists such as Dizzy Gillespie, Art Farmer, Lionel Hampton and Wynton Marsalis. He comes to the Jazz Festival l'Estartit with pianist Brice Barth, whose expert playing we witnessed last summer at the Molinet, and the band is completed with double bassist Mark Hodgson and drummer Stephen Keogh.

26 Jul

JOSE JAMES

El Molinet
Friday, 26/07/2019 22:00 

JOSE JAMES

TONINA 20:00h

El Molinet

Friday, 26/07/2019 22:00 

José James

José James, vocals and guitar | Marcus Machado, guitar | Aneesa Almusawwir, vocals and bass | Aaron Steele, drums.

Lean on Me

When José James is not composing his own original music, he makes versions of themes of the artists who have influenced him during his career. He did this in 2015 with Yesterday I had the blues, in which he sang some of the great songs made popular by Billie Holiday. Now, with Lean on Me, this singer from Minneapolis pays tribute to one of the artists that have influenced him most – Bill Withers. James will perform a selection of themes that Withers recorded on eight discs between 1971 and 1985.

27 Jul

STOCHELO ROSENBERG & BIEL BALLESTER TRIO

El Molinet
Saturday, 27/07/2019 22:00 

STOCHELO ROSENBERG & BIEL BALLESTER TRIO

LLUC CASARES QUINTET 20:00h

El Molinet

Saturday, 27/07/2019 22:00 

Stochelo Rosenberg + Biel Ballester Trio

Stochelo Rosenberg, solo guitar | Biel Ballester, solo guitar | Leo Hipaucha, rhythm guitar | Oriol González, double bass.

The Dutch artist Stochelo Rosenberg is world famous for his gypsy jazz and is one of the world’s best guitarists, with a brilliant technique, a distinctive vibrato, an exuberant imagination and a compositional talent in the line of the mythical Django Reinhardt. Rosenberg is an unconditional admirer of Reinhardt and plays the same make of guitar, an acoustic Selmer. He comes to the Jazz Festival l'Estartit with the trio of Majorcan guitarist Biel Ballester, with whom he recorded the double album Melodium Melodynamic in 2016.

28 Jul

GOLDEN GATE QUARTET

El Molinet
Sunday, 28/07/2019 22:00 

GOLDEN GATE QUARTET

RITA PAYES & ELISABETH ROMA 20:00h

El Molinet

Sunday, 28/07/2019 22:00 

The Golden Gate Quartet

Frank Davis, first tenor | Timothy Riley, second tenor | Paul Brembly, baritone | Terry Francis, bass

The Golden Gate Quartet has become an institution in the world of gospel music, and with 80 years of performing history it has become the great ambassador of Afro-American music throughout the world. The members of the quartet, two tenors, a baritone and a bass, have changed with the passing years, and the group has adopted innovative musical styles while remaining in the tradition of the Negro Spiritual, never losing the spirit in which the quartet was founded. The harmonic sound of the voices has remained intact and the essence of gospel music thoroughly maintained.

1 Aug

LA VAGHEZZA

Claustre del Convent dels Agustins
Thursday, 1/08/2019 20:00 

LA VAGHEZZA

Claustre del Convent dels Agustins

Thursday, 1/08/2019 20:00 

La Vaghezza 

Alfia Bakieva and Mayah Kadish violins | Anastasia Baravieracello | Gianluca Geremia, lute and theorbo | Marco Crosetto, harpsichord and organ

Venice, gateway to the East 

Giovanni PicchiCanzona ottava a tre from Salmi Concertati, Op. 1 Toccata Giulio MussiL'Amaltea, Canzona a due violini in eco from Il Primo libro delle canzoni a due, Op. 5 / Dario CastelloSonata Terza, a due soprani from Sonate concertate in stil moderno, libro primo Sonata Undecima, a due soprani e trombone ovvero violeta from Sonate concertate in stil moderno, libro secondo Biagio MariniSonata a basso e violino from Per ogni sorte di strumento musicale, Op. 22 / Balletto Settimo Alemanno a tre from Sonate, sinfonie..., Op. 8 / Giovanni Battista FontanaSonata Settima Giovanni LegrenziSonata terza a due violini from La Cetra, Op. 10


La Vaghezza is a young early music ensemble that specialises in the music of the 17th and 18th centuries. The group has won many prizes and is now in its third year in the EEEmerging project, a Europe-wide scheme created in 2014 with the support of the EU’s Creative Europe programme. The aim is to support young early music ensembles and assist them in the first steps of their professional careers. The Torroella Festival participates in this project, and during their stay here La Vaghezza will give a concert of works by Italian composers of the early baroque – music from the innovative Venetian School.

Web: www.lavaghezza 
Facebook: @lavaghezza
Instagram: @lavaghezza

2 Aug

JORDI SAVALL

Auditori Teatre Espai Ter
Friday, 2/08/2019 22:00 

JORDI SAVALL

The Routes of Slavery

Auditori Teatre Espai Ter

Friday, 2/08/2019 22:00 

Capella Reial de Catalunya

Hèsperion XXI

Tembembe Ensamble Continuo

Mohamed Diaby, singer | Ballaké Sissoko, kora | Mamani Keita, Tanti Kouyaté and Fanta Sayon Sissoko, vocal ensemble | Maria Juliana Linhares, soprano | Zé Luis Nascimento, percussion | Neema Bickersteth, singer| Babou Cham, reciter

Jordi Savall, treble viol, director

 The Routes of Slavery, 1444-1888. From Africa to Europe and the New World.

The 39th Torroella de Montgrí Festival opens with The Routes of Slavery, a musical journey which recalls more than four centuries of the slave trade. Jordi Savall recounts the story accompanied by 27 musicians and a reciter that hail from three continents – Europe, Africa and America. Together they retell the shameful story of deportation and captivity that was the lot of over 25 million Africans between the 15th and 19th centuries.

 Espai Ter concert hall, 8.30 pm - Introductory lecture to the concert programme by the poet Manuel Forcano.

3 Aug

MAL PELO

Auditori Teatre Espai Ter
Saturday, 3/08/2019 22:00 

MAL PELO

Auditori Teatre Espai Ter

Saturday, 3/08/2019 22:00 

Mal Pelo

María Muñoz, dance creation and performance | Dan Tepfer, piano

Bach

Bach is a dance solo in which the choreographer and ballerina María Muñoz interprets J. S. Bach’s Well-tempered Clavier, sometimes accompanied by preludes played live, sometimes with silent dances performed to the memory of fugues. Since its première in 2004, this solo dance performance has been seen more than a hundred times throughout the world.

 Espai Ter concert hall, 8.30 pm - Introductory lecture to the programme by philosophy teacher and writer Eulàlia Bosch.

4 Aug

AMSTERDAM BAROQUE ORCHESTRA & CHOIR

Auditori Teatre Espai Ter
Sunday, 4/08/2019 22:00 

AMSTERDAM BAROQUE ORCHESTRA & CHOIR

Auditori Teatre Espai Ter

Sunday, 4/08/2019 22:00 

Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra & Choir

Martha Bosch, soprano | Maarten Engeltjes, countertenor | Tilman Lichdi, tenor | Klaus Mertens, bass

Ton Koopman, director

S. Bach: Cantata BWV 110 Unser Mund sei voll Lachens / Cantata BWV 127 Herr Jesu Christ’, wahr’ Mensch und Gott / Cantata BWV 201 Geschwinde, ihr wirbelnden Winde

On his first visit to the Torroella Festival the renowned Dutch organist, harpsichordist and conductor Ton Koopman leads his Baroque orchestra in a concert dedicated to J. S. Bach. They will perform three cantatas, two religious works from 1725 and a secular cantata from 1729 which has as its text an adaptation of poetry from Ovid’s Metamorphoses – the musical dispute between Phoebus and Pan. The composer described the piece as a dramma per musica, due to the quasi-operatic treatment of the story, used by Bach to ridicule the musical practices that were in fashion at the time.

Web: www.amsterdambaroque.com

Twitter: @amstbaroque

Facebook: @amsterdambaroque

6 Aug

FABIO BIONDI & GIANGIACOMO PINARDI

Palau Solterra, Fundació Vila Casas
Tuesday, 6/08/2019 20:00 

FABIO BIONDI & GIANGIACOMO PINARDI

Palau Solterra, Fundació Vila Casas

Tuesday, 6/08/2019 20:00 

Fabio Biondi, violin

Giangiacomo Pinardi, baroque guitar          

N. Paganini: Sonatas for violin and guitar from the collection Centone di Sonate, nos. 2 in D major, 6 in A major, 7 in F major, 12 in D major and 14 in G major / Sonata concertata in A major for guitar and violin, Op. 61 / Sonata in A minor Op. 3, no. 4

Nicolo Paganini was known as the quintessence of the violin virtuoso, but he was also a gifted guitarist. His chamber works are little known, and many of them are sonatas for the guitar, sometimes accompanied by a violin. In the first of this year’s “singular” concerts at the Torroella Festival, we will hear a selection of these charming sonatas for violin and guitar performed by two virtuoso musicians, violinist Fabio Biondi and guitarist Giangiacomo Pinardi.

8 Aug

CANTORIA

Esglèsia Sant Genís
Thursday, 8/08/2019 20:00 

CANTORIA

Esglèsia Sant Genís

Thursday, 8/08/2019 20:00 

Cantoria

Inés Alonso, soprano| Samuel Tapia, countertenor | Jorge Losana, tenor, director | Valentín Miralles, bass 

Malicious gossip

Bartomeu Cárceres: Sus sus sus, extract from La Trulla, from the Cançoner de Gandia / Anonymous: Riu riu chiu, Dadme albricias hijos d’Eva, Verbum caro factum est, Si la noche haze escura, Falalán, falalalera and Teresica hermana, from the Cancionero de Uppsala / Anonymous: Corten espadas afiladas from the Cancionero Musical de Medinaceli / Mateu Fletxa the Elder: Extracts from El Jubilate, La Justa, El Fuego and La Bomba, from the composer’s Ensaladas / Anonymous: Dindirindín, Pase el agoa and La Tricotea, from the Cancionero de Palacio / Francisco Guerrero: Prado verde y florido and Huyd, huyd from Canciones y villanescas espirituales

Burning desire, passion, sin. Fire in the heart of lovers likened to flames in Hell. The Virgin tempted by a handsome young man, yet also the bearer to the world of divine redemption. This concert by the young vocal ensemble, Cantoria, aims to show how carnal desire and divine devotion come together in this repertoire, in which music and text combine influences from popular culture with courtly refinement and religious tradition – a theatre of virgins, cuckolds, saints and devils.

Web: www.cantoriamusic.com

Twitter: @cantoriamusic

Facebook: @cantoriamusic

Instagram: @cantoriamusic

9 Aug

LA GRANDE CHAPELLE

Església de Sant Genís
Friday, 9/08/2019 22:00 

LA GRANDE CHAPELLE

Església de Sant Genís

Friday, 9/08/2019 22:00 

La Grande Chapelle

Alena Dantcheva, Laura Martínez Boj, Lina Marcela López and Axelle Bernage, sopranos | Marnix De Cat and David Sagastume, countertenors | Benedict Hymas and Pierre Derhet, tenors | Romain Bockler and Marc Busnel, bass-baritones | Marta Vicente, violone | Herman Stinders, positive organ| Albert Recasens, conductor

Antoni Soler: Vísperas comunes / Magnificat en segundo tono / Benedicamus Domino / Domenico Scarlatti: Salve Regina for soprano and alto / Stabat Mater

Antoni Soler was born in Olot, and is the most international of 18th century Spanish composers. He is best known for his famous harpsichord sonatas and chamber music, but also composed a large number of vocal works during the three decades he spent at the monastery of El Escorial. In the first part of this concert, dedicated to the memory of Ernest Lluch, La Grande Chapelle will sing works by Soler, some of which are recent rediscoveries, while the second part will consist of music by Domenico Scarlatti, who spent time as a musician of the Spanish court and was one of Soler’s teachers. We will hear Scarlatti’s brief Salve Regina for soprano and alto, and his magnificent, profound Stabat Mater.

Web: www.laudamusica.com

Concert in memory of Ernest Lluch

11 Aug

CAMERATA ROYAL CONCERTGEBOUW·RCO

Auditori Teatre Espai Ter
Sunday, 11/08/2019 22:00 

CAMERATA ROYAL CONCERTGEBOUW·RCO

Auditori Teatre Espai Ter

Sunday, 11/08/2019 22:00 

Camerata Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra

Boccherini: Quintet in D major for two violins, viola, cello and double bass, Op. 39 no. 3, G. 339 / Schubert: Octet in F major, Op. 166, D. 803

The quintet is the chamber formation most associated with Boccherini, an Italian composer established in Spain as court musician in the service first of the Infante Don Luis and then of Charles II. Boccherini wrote a large number of quintets, but the combination of strings and double bass is the distinctive feature of the work we will hear performed tonight by the Camerata Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. In the second part of the concert they will perform Schubert’s Octet, a work of mysterious beauty and a composition of fundamental importance in the chamber music repertory.

Web: www.camerata-rco.com

Twitter: @CamerataRCO

Facebook: @CamerataRCO  

13 Aug

FORMA ANTIQVA

Jardí Palau lo Mirador
Tuesday, 13/08/2019 20:00 

FORMA ANTIQVA

Jardí Palau lo Mirador

Tuesday, 13/08/2019 20:00 

Forma Antiqva

Aarón Zapico, harpsichord | Daniel Zapico, theorbo | Pablo Zapico, baroque guitar

Sebastián Aguilera de Heredia: Ensalada / Gaspar Sanz: Passeos por 4º tono / Marionas / Jacaras / Españoletas / Anonymous: Tirana del coche de la Princesa / Faborita / Alemanda de Coreli / Bayle del Gran Duque / Diferencias sobre las Folías / Santiago de Murcia: Grabe / Folías Gallegas / Cumbees / Giovanni Girolamo Kapsperger: Passacaglia / Villan di Spagna / Giovanni Battista Vitali: Toccata e Bergamasca / Traditional Asturian: Fandango de Leitariegos / Bellerofonte Castaldi: Cecchina e Florida correnti / Angelo Michele Bartolotti: Prelude [5to. tuono]

The Zapico brothers from Asturias, Aarón, Daniel and Pablo, wanted to perform chamber music together, but had no specific repertoire for their instruments – harpsichord, theorbo and guitar. So they decided to make their own transcriptions of a number of Spanish and Italian dances from the 17th and 18th centuries and record the Concerto Zapico in 2010. The originality of the idea found favour: they performed the music on tours around the world and widened the repertoire with more transcriptions. Eight years later, they were back in the recording studio to commit to disc Concerto Zapico Vol. 2, with more transcriptions of Spanish and Italian dances – the repertoire they will perform for us this evening at Torroella de Montgrí.

Web: www.formaantiqva.com

Twitter: @formaantiqva

Facebook: @formaantiqva

Instagram: @formaantiqva

14 Aug

JOAQUÍN ACHÚCARRO

Auditori Teatre Espai Ter
Wednesday, 14/08/2019 22:00 

JOAQUÍN ACHÚCARRO

Auditori Teatre Espai Ter

Wednesday, 14/08/2019 22:00 

Joaquín Achúcarro, piano

Mozart: Fantasia no. 3 in D minor, K. 397 / Adagio for piano in B minor, K. 540 / Beethoven: Sonata no. 30 in E major, Op. 109 / Mompou: Cançó i dansa no. 6 / Variations on a theme of Chopin / Falla: “Aragonesa” from Four Spanish Pieces / Fantasía bética

For his regular summer meeting with the Torroella Festival audience, Joaquín Achúcarro has planned the first part of his concert programme with Viennese classics – two works by Mozart and one of Beethoven’s late piano sonatas, his Opus 109, in which the composer’s great liberty in the scheme of the movements is a total departure from the traditional format. In the second part, Achúcarro will play music from the 20th century, with works by Frederic Mompou and Manuel de Falla.

Web: www.achucarro.com

15 Aug

ACROBAT AND HARLEQUIN

Auditori Teatre Espai Ter
Thursday, 15/08/2019 19:00 

ACROBAT AND HARLEQUIN

Auditori Teatre Espai Ter

Thursday, 15/08/2019 19:00 

Acrobat and Harlequin

Music by Erik Satie and Francis Poulenc

A new show from La Maquiné, inspired by Picasso’s world of the circus and the artist’s rose period. We discover the story of Pablo, a lonely, homeless youth who lives hungry and cold on the streets. One day, a circus comes to town and Pablo is fascinated. He begins to work in the circus as an assistant, hoping that his dream of joining the family of acrobats will come true. But for this to happen he will have to learn to respect and take care of the circus animals.

La Maquiné production.

Recommended for children of 4 years or older

Web: www.lamaquine.com

Twitter: @LAMAQUINE  

Facebook: @lamaquine

Instagram: @ la_maquine

 

16 Aug

QUARTET COSMOS

Auditori Teatre Espai Ter
Friday, 16/08/2019 22:00 

QUARTET COSMOS

Auditori Teatre Espai Ter

Friday, 16/08/2019 22:00 

Cosmos Quartet

Helena Satué and Bernat Prat, violins | Lara Fernández, viola | Oriol Prat, cello

Schubert: String quartet no. 12 in C minor “Quartettsatz” / Bartók: String quartet no. 3, Sz 85 / Beethoven: String quartet no. 15 in A minor, Op. 132

In just five years of existence, the Cosmos Quartet has achieved wide recognition, winning first prize at the Irene Steels-Wilsing Foundation Competition in Heidelberg in 2018, and also the 13th BBVA Montserrat Alavedra Chamber Music Prize. For their first concert at the Torroella Festival, they will perform an ambitious programme which includes Schubert’s unfinished Quartettsatz, Bartók’s third quartet, from one of the most important series of quartets of the twentieth century, and one of Beethoven’s sublime late works in the genre, his Opus 132.

Web: www.cosmosquartet.es

Facebook: @cosmosquartet

Instagram: @cosmosquartet

18 Aug

AMANDINE BEYER & GLI INCOGNITI

Auditori Teatre Espai Ter
Sunday, 18/08/2019 22:00 

AMANDINE BEYER & GLI INCOGNITI

Auditori Teatre Espai Ter

Sunday, 18/08/2019 22:00 

Gli Incogniti

Amandine Beyer, violin, director | Neven Lesage and Gabriel Pidoux, oboes | Théo Suchanek and Cyril Vittecoq, horns | Alejandro Pérez Marín, bassoon | Alba Roca, Natalie Carducci, Flavio Losco, Katia Viel and Vadym Makarenko, violins | Marta Páramo and Ottavia Rausa, violas | Baldomero Barciela, viola da gamba | Marco Ceccato and Rebeca Ferri, cellos | Anna Fontana, harpsichord

Tempora mutantur

Haydn: Symphony no. 47 in G major “Palindrome”, Hob. I:47 / Concerto for violin, harpsichord and strings in F major, Hob. VIII:6 / Concerto for violin in G major, Hob. VIIa:4 / Symphony no. 64 in A major “Tempora mutantur”, Hob. I:64

After the enjoyable game of hide-and-seek in search of works correctly or mistakenly attributed to Bach, which was last summer’s concert by French violinist Amandine Beyer and her ensemble Gli Incogniti, the group return to the Torroella Festival as a larger chamber orchestra to give a concert of works by Joseph Haydn. They will play two of his symphonies and two concerti, one of these a double concerto for violin and harpsichord.

Web: www.gliincogniti.com
Facebook: @gli.incogniti
Twitter: @Gli_incogniti
Instagram: @gli_incogniti

20 Aug

CARLOS MENA & IÑAKI ALBERDI

Palau Solterra, Fundació Vila Casas
Tuesday, 20/08/2019 20:00 

CARLOS MENA & IÑAKI ALBERDI

Palau Solterra, Fundació Vila Casas

Tuesday, 20/08/2019 20:00 

Carlos Mena, countertenor | Iñaki Alberdi, accordion

Chaconne tombeau

Josquin Desprez: Ave Maris Stella / Benedictus / Agnus Dei / Coeurs désolez par toute nation / Pleine de dueil / Inviolata, integra et casta es / J. S. Bach: Contrapunctus I / Contrapunctus X / Contrapunctus XII / Chacona / Joan Magrané: Si en lo mal temps la serena be canta / Tomás Luis de Victoria: Alma redemptoris Mater / Salve Regina / Domine non sum dignus (accordion) / Domine non sum dignus (duet) / Et Jesum / Duo Serafin / Magi viderunt stellam

When the first accordion was patented, all the works in this programme except one had been in existence for centuries. Countertenor Carlos Mena and accordionist Iñaki Alberdi have mustered an adventurous spirit to give us novel performances of music by Johann Sebastian Bach, Josquin Desprez and Tomás Luis de Victoria, accompanied by an accordion. They extend an invitation to contemporary composers to make new readings of works of the past and thereby create new compositions.

Web: www.ialberdi.com
Facebook: @alberdiaccodion
Twitter: @alberdiac

22 Aug

ORQUESTRA SIMFÒNICA DEL VALLÈS

Auditori Teatre Espai Ter
Thursday, 22/08/2019 22:00 

ORQUESTRA SIMFÒNICA DEL VALLÈS

GIUSEPPE ONDALORO

Auditori Teatre Espai Ter

Thursday, 22/08/2019 22:00 

Orquestra Simfònica del Vallès

Giuseppe Andaloro, piano

Rubén Gimeno, conductor

L.van Beethoven: Concerto for piano and orchestra no. 2 in B flat major, Op. 19 / Rachmaninov: Concerto for piano and orchestra no. 2 in C minor, Op. 18

Little more than a hundred years separate the two piano concertos by Beethoven and Rachmaninov which will close the 39th Torroella de Montgrí Festival. Both works were written by pianist-composers who dazzled the audiences of their time with their displays of virtuosity, and both concerti received their first performance with the composers themselves at the piano. Only a true virtuoso could play both works in one concert, and in Torroella it will be the Sicilian Giuseppe Andaloro, a brilliant pianist of the new Italian generation of musicians, accompanied by the Orquestra Simfònica del Vallès.

Festival de Torroella de Montgrí production. Sponsored by the Fundació Banc Sabadell.

Web: www.osvalles.com
Facebook: @SimfonicadelValles
Twitter: @OSValles
Instagram: @simfonica_del_valles 

Web: www.rubengimeno.es

Web: www.giuseppeandaloro.com
Facebook: @giuseppeandaloro
Instagram: @giuseppe_andaloro

 

JOVENTUTS MUSICALS DE TORROELLA DE MONTGRÍ
ONZE DE SETEMBRE 17257 TORROELLA DE MONTGRÍ
Telephone: 972761098
E-mail: info@jmtorroella.cat

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