Pau Puig & Cati Plana


4 September, 12 midday
Plaça de l’Església

Pau Puig and Cati Plana revisit traditional genres to present their new album Tretze Vares. Jota, bolero, rumba, fandango, corranda, havanera, waltz and Christmas carols, as well as traditional dances such as dansà, contrapàs, sardana curta, ball pla, ball de noces and contradansa.
A likeable, accessible selection of well-known but anonymous traditional pieces. Simple, almost minimalist arrangements, played with love and working hard on the details, the little things and unusual ways of playing their instruments.

These instruments are the dolçaina in F (a double reed instrument in the oboe family), the bansuri (a bamboo flute) and the diatonic accordion. Their album reached number 8 in the 20 best albums in the world of folk music for April 2021 in the World Music Charts Europe. It is the first time that an album featuring the dolçaina as a main instrument has achieved this. The only artists from this country to feature in this list before are l’Ham de Foc, Miquel Gil and Maria del Mar Bonet.

Pau Puig, dolçaina
Cati Plana, diatonic button accordion

Tickets: 18 €

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