Sitgestiu 2018



Sitgestiu Musical

Jazz at the Cau
+ glass of cava
July 10 • 17 • 24 • 31
August: 7 • 14 • 21• 28
CAU FERRAT MUSEUM 19h • 7pm  12€
RETRIO 2/3, Òscar Ferret (piano), Joan Pinós (double bass)
A very particular vision of the musical compositions that are a part of Sitges’ folk culture, like the Fiesta Mayor dances and works by composers like Enric Morera, Gabriel Pallarès and Manel Torrens ... All with different rhythms ranging from jazz and swing to traditional music.

Classic music at Racó de la Calma
+ glass of cava

Hao Tian, baritone
Yeajin Jeon, soprano
Marta Pujol, piano
July • Julio • July • Juillet: 12
Thursday Jueves Thursday Jeudi
RACÓ DE LA CALMA 21h • 9pm 12€
The winners of the 1st and 2nd place singing awards in the Mirabent i Magrans Competition, accompanied on the piano by the excellent Marta Pujol, have prepared a program for us based on arias and duos of the most famous operas known to us. We will be able to hear pieces by Puccini, Händel or Verdi.

Ophir Quartet
Amanda Nesa, violin
Adriano Ortega, violin
Pablo Quiroga, viola
Meritxell Llorens, cello
July • Julio • July • Juillet: 26
Thursday Jueves Thursday Jeudi
RACÓ DE LA CALMA 21h •  9pm 12€

This string quartet, winner of the 2nd place chamber music award in the Mirabent i Magrans Competition, has chosen Beethoven’s famous String Quartet No. 6 in B-Flat as the concert’s central piece. With this piece, the quartet will show the audience the entire range of sounds and atmospheres conceived by the genius from Bonn.
Duo Piccotti-Puig   
Federico Piccotti, violin
Marta Puig, piano

Augusto • August • Août: 2
Thursday Jueves Thursday Jeudi
RACÓ DE LA CALMA 21h • 9pm 12€
Winners of the 3rd place award in the Mirabent and Magrans Competition, this violin and piano duo has received excellent reviews wherever they’ve performed. The program they offer us will demonstrate the magnificent combination that exists between the sound of the violin and the piano.

Trio Doyenne
Michelle Dierx, violin
Shannon Merciel, cello
Monika Masanauskaite, piano
Augusto • August • Août: 9
Thursday Jueves Thursday Jeudi
RACÓ DE LA CALMA 21h •  9pm 12€
Winners of the 1st place chamber music award in the Mirabent and Magrans Competition, this trio of performers born in Belgium, Lithuania and North America, is one of the most promising chamber ensembles in Europe today. We will be able to hear key chamber music pieces.

Antoni Lliteres, tenor
Marta Pujol, piano
August: 16
Thursday Jueves Thursday Jeudi
RACÓ DE LA CALMA 21h • 9pm 12€
Despite his youth this Mallorcan tenor, winner of the 3rd place singing award in the Mirabent and Magrans Competition, is a singer already consolidated within our country’s operatic scene. In this recital he will be accompanied by the pianist Marta Pujol, and they will offer us a wide-ranging, mostly operatic repertoire.

Opera at the Cau
July: 13 • 20 • 27
August: 3 • 10 • 17
CAU FERRAT MUSEUM19h • 7pm 12€
Soledad Cardoso, Charo Picazo, Ximena Agurto, Núria Vilà, Griselda Ramón; sopranos
Anna Tobella, mezzosoprano
Facundo Muñoz, Vicenç Esteve, Carlos Ortiz; tenors
Lucas Groppo, Jorge Tello; baritones
Elke Sanjosé; piano
In the unique setting of Cau Ferrat, Temple of Modernisme and where music played such a prominent role, we will enjoy an evening of opera with the great universal lyric pieces. It is the ideal opportunity to let yourself be carried away by music and the twilight and to enjoy one of the summer’s best experiences. Opera closer than ever.

Pocket Opera
Carmen, by Georges Bizet
July: 8 • 29
August: 5 • 26
MARICEL PALACE 19h • 7pm 20€
Carmen: Numil Guerra/Anna Tobella
Don José: Facundo Muñoz/Jordi Mas/Vicenç Esteve
Micaela: Soledad Cardoso/Charo Picazo
Escamillo: Lucas Groppo/Jorge Tello
Archeologist (narrator): Gal Soler
Piano: Elke Sanjosé 
Don José flees from the Basque Country to enlist in the cavalry regiment in Seville. There he’ll meet Carmen, an indomitable, free gypsy who will bewitch him. Madly in love, he will give up everything for her, hurtling towards a fatal outcome. Through the eyes of José Lizarrabengoa, a character from the novel by Prosper Merimée, we will review one of the great myths of Hispanic culture: Carmen, the femme fatale.

Pocket Opera
MADAME BUTTERFLY, by Giocomo Puccini
+ glass of cava
July: 15 • 22
August: 12 • 19
MARICEL PALACE 19h • 7pm 20€
Madame Butterfly: Núria Vilà
Pinkerton: Facundo Muñoz/Alberto Canet/Vicenç Esteve
Suzuki: Numil Guerra
Sharpless: Lucas Groppo/Fabián Reynolds
Goro: Carlos Ortiz
Piano: Elke Sanjosé
Set in Nagasaki, it explains the tragic story of the geisha Cio-Cio San, better known as Madame Butterfly. Seduced by Pinkerton, an American Navy officer, she marries him, hoping their marriage will last forever. As a result of this culture clash, the only option remaining for Cio-Cio San is death to save her honor.

Full Moon Evenings at Maricel
+ glass of cava
July •: 28
August: 25
21h a 22.30h 9pm to 10:30pm 12€
Come and get to know the Maricel ensemble like you’ve never seen it before. We take you back to the era of splendor, discovering its fabulous past, telling the story of its creators, the American collector Charles Deering, the engineer and art promoter Miquel Utrillo and sculptor Pere Jou. At the end of the tour, we will offer you a glass of cava in the Cloister overlooking the sea and featuring the full moon.


Family Workshops

RACÓ DE LA CALMA 18h • 6pm 4€
July: 11, 18 i 25
6 pm
Touch clay
Workshop dedicated to the Sculptor Gustau Violet
The educational service at the Museums of Sitges has prepared a modeling workshop with clay, where the boys and girls will make a vase. Once the vase has been made, they will decorate it, working with plant elements like the sculptor Gustau Violet. When the workshop is over, the monitor will take the children who wish (always accompanied by an adult) on a short guided tour of the exhibition Sculptor Gustau Violet: Art, thought and territory.

August: 1 • 8 • 15
4 €
The Festa Major in Dance
A workshop where the boys and girls will make some of the characters from the Folklore of Sitges’ Fiesta Mayor in order to make them dance. Working with the puppet format, we will focus on the figures of the ball de bastons or the ball de gitanes, capsgrossos, and the Moixiganga, among others. During the workshop, the students will learn the value of toys made by themselves.


Temporary exhibitions

Sculptor Gustau Violet. Art, thought and territory
From July 7th to October 21st, 2018
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday, from 10am to 8pm
Maricel Museum
Guided tour of the exhibition
15h •3pm English
16h •4pm Spanish
17h •5pm Catalan
Gustau Violet a figure who acted as a bridge between the artists of Northern and Southern Catalonia during the initial dècades of the XX century.The exhibition presents 107 works from various collections, such as the Musee d'Art et d'Histoire in Narbonne, the National Museum of Art of Catalonia (MNAC), the Barcelona Museum of Design, ​​the Sabadell Art Museum and the Jaume Morera Art Museum (Lleida), among others and private collections.

Fourth Exhibition
Stämpfli – Contemporary Art Foundation
Pl. Ajuntament, 13
Friday: 5pm-8pm
Saturday and Sunday: 11am-2pm & 5pm-8pm
The artists included in this new show are Guy de Rougemont, Claire-Jeanne Jézéquel, Pavlos, Jean-Michel Sanejouand, Christian Jaccard, Jean-Michel Meurice, Gérard Titus-Carmel, Eduardo Arroyo, Kim Tschang-Yeul, Mark Brusse, Pierrette Bloch , Daniel Humair, Marco Del Re, Gerard Deschamps, A-Sun Wu, Vladimir Velickovic, Jean-Jacques Lebel and Pere Stämpfli himself.

Miramar Cultural Center
Carrer Fonollar, s/n

6-07 a 12-08   
P1 – Pierre Tchetverikoff

13-07 a 2-09  
Illustrated Sitges

Guided Tours of Maricel Palace
11h • 11am ENGLISH
12h • 12am CATALAN
13h • 1pm SPANISH
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
July • Julio • July • Juillet:
11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26 and 27
August • Augusto • August • Août:
1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 22, 29
Setembre • Septiembre • September • September:
5, 6, 7

1/07 • 30/09
Cau Ferrat Museum / Maricel Museum
Carrer Fonollar s/n
10h • 20h
Guided tour from Wednesday to Sunday
15 • 3pm English
16 • 4pm Spanish
17 • 5pm Catalan
Tancat els dilluns Cerrado los lunes Closed on Mondays

Stämpfli Foundation
Plaça de l’Ajuntament 13
Friday • Viernes • Friday • Vendredi: 17h a 20h • 5pm to 8pm
Ds/Dg • Sa/Do • Sat/Sun • Sam/Dim: d’11 a 14h i de 17 a 20h • 11am-2pm & 5pm-8pm

+93 894 03 64 (ext. 1)