Carles Belda & Jaume Arnella
Ermita de la Mare de Déu del Montsant
La Morera de Montsant
Jaume Arnella is a 21st-century storyteller, but many other things too: one of those responsible for the explosion onto the scene of the band Grup de Folk in the late sixties, for the rediscovery and popularisation of much of the Catalan traditional song repertoire, for the creation of the Tradicionarius festival in the late eighties and more. Carles Belda is a highly unorthodox accordionist, but many other things too: he was one half of the duo Pomada, front man on the successful album Per jamaicanes! by El Belda i el Conjunt Badabadoc, and also one of the leading proponents of Catalan "modernisme aborigen" (literally, "aboriginal modernism"). Together on stage, Belda & Arnella represent a meeting between generations, with unpredictable results ranging from spontaneous sense to sensible spontaneity. Since they first met when Arnella went to Sabadell to sing “La revolta dels quintos”, they have coincided more than once. But this is the first time they have put on a show together. There are not many clues to what the concert will be like. But Belda warns, "It will be something that we like and that makes us happy."
This concert is in a protected area within the Serra de Montsant Natural Park. Access to the hermitage is on foot. The trip from Albarca to the Ermita de la Mare de Déu de Montsant is a consubstantial part of the Terrer experience.
We leave Albarca, where the car is parked, at 794m and we reach 1044m.
The distance is about 2.8 km and about 40 minutes walk.
Meeting time, for those who want to walk in a group, is at 10 am in front of the Albarca refuge.
Include wine tasting
Doors open at 11.00pm
Capacity: 80 people
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