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The Jordi Savall Festival is the early music festival directed by the renowned performer and conductor Jordi Savall. It was created in August 2021 to mark his 80th birthday.
The Jordi Savall Festival highlights the importance of the recovery of the historical, cultural and musical heritage in the 21st century and promotes the recognition and dissemination of the musical legacy created during maestro Savall’s long and prolific career of more than fifty years devoted to discovering, researching, teaching, performing and disseminating the musical and cultural heritage.
This festival aims to be one of the country’s leading musical and cultural events in its field and to highlight the cultural heritage of Catalonia.
The 3rd Jordi Savall Festival will take place between July and August 2023 at Montblanc, Santes Creus and Poblet, presenting a programme of concerts by the various music ensembles directed by maestro Jordi Savall -- Hespèrion XXI, La Capella Reial de Catalunya, Le Concert des Nations and Orpheus 21-- as well as lectures, and concerts by emerging new musical proposals.
The Jordi Savall Festival provides the whole of the south of Catalonia, and especially the Alt Camp, the Conca de Barberà and the Camp de Tarragona regions, with an opportunity for cultural promotion and a boost to their economy and tourism. In its strong commitment to the region, the festival aims to strengthen and raise awareness of its cultural and natural heritage through an outstanding cultural programme with international projection. As it continues in the future, it looks forward to establishing a cultural axis comprising the various historical sites in the area linked to the Cistercian Order, this year focusing on the Royal Monastery of Santes Creus, the historic town of Montblanc and the Royal Monastery of Santa Maria de Poblet.
The Jordi Savall Festival also contributes to projecting young musical talents and proposals of great quality and originality with a repertory spanning from Medieval music to Classicism, as well as Mediterranean and Oriental music. Finally, the festival aims to establish firm links between maestro Savall’s wide-ranging legacy and the region.
The Jordi Savall Festival is held at various historic sites. Threaded along the Cistercian Route, the venues of Montblanc, Poblet and Santes Creus offer the visitor an extraordinarily rich natural, cultural and historical heritage.
Information about the rich cultural heritage of the area, as well as its gastronomy and the range of accommodation options, can be found here:
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