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Franz Schubert Filharmonia presents Filharmonia Digital Hall with the premiere of the Barcelona Autumn Symphony Festival.

Music.  BARCELONA, 28/10/2021

Franz Schubert Filharmonia’s digital platform evolves and becomes the Filharmonia Digital Hall: www.filharmonia.digital

The Barcelona Autumn Symphony Festival is here. From October 27th to 31st, the digital platform will offer daily streaming sessions at 8pm with the best concerts of the 2020-21 Season.

A digital festival with the aim of bringing the best symphonic repertoires on streaming from the Palau de la Música Catalana to anywhere in the world, with the best quality.

Among the programmes of the festival you can find Beethoven’s Eroica, Mischa Maisky and Dvorák Cello Concerto, Rakhmaninov’s Second piano concerto, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony or the best OST by John Williams.




The digital platform formerly known as OCM Digital Hall has found a new formula to present itself to the world with a new name, Filharmonia Digital Hall, which represents its love to music.

The Barcelona Autumn Symphony Festival will be the premiere of Filharmonia/dh. From October 27th to 31st, the digital platform will offer daily streaming sessions at

8pm with the best concerts of the 2020-21 Season. A digital festival bringing the best symphonic repertoires on streaming from the Palau de la Música Catalana, the only concert hall in the world declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, to anywhere in the world and with the best quality. The festival will be available for free by subscribing to the platform and enjoying a one-month trial.

The Filharmonia/dh supports culture and artists, besides bringing music as a universal language to everywhere in the world. With exquisite aesthetics and the use of cinematographic cameras and optics, as well as a high quality sound, the orchestra’s concerts are broadcast from the Palau de la Música Catalana in Barcelona, showing great music history works performed by renowned artists. A new way to enjoy symphonic concerts like never before, from the comfort of your home, whether from your mobile device, computer or TV.

The Barcelona Autumn Symphony Festival is possible thanks to the support of Institut Ramon Llull.

Franz Schubert Filharmonia

Frank Schubert Filharmonia, formerly known as Orquestra Simfònica Camera Musicae (OCM), enjoyed a great welcoming from the audience due to their artistic quality and the relevance of its programmes. They have performed in venues such as Palau de la Música Catalana, Gran Teatre del Liceu, Auditori de Barcelona, Auditorio Nacional de Música de Madrid, Auditorio de Zaragoza, Palacio Euskalduna de Bilbao and Palau de les Arts de València; and they have toured in Germany, Switzerland and Czech Republic. Frank Schubert Filharmonia develop their stable musical season in Barcelona, Tarragona, Lleida and Sant Cugat; and since 2009 they have the honor of being the resident orchestra in El Vendrell, hometown of the great master Pau Casals. Formed by new generations of the best musicians in the country, acting under the direction of the inspiring Tomàs Grau, the regular artistic director from the beginnings of the orchestra, the formation has also worked with directors such as Antoni Ros Marbà, Salvador Mas, Edmon Colomer, Josep Pons, Rinaldo Alessandrini, Gábor Takács-Nagy, Marzio Conti, Jordi Mora, Josep Caballé Domenech, Virginia Martínez and Salvador Brotons, among others. The orchestra has collaborated with soloists like Anne-Sophie Mutter, Maria João Pires, Mischa Maisky, Midori, Stephen Kovacevich, Sabine Meyer, Rudolf Buchbinder, Steven Isserlis, Patricia Kopatchinskaja, Roberto Alagna, Gautier Capuçon, Mark Padmore, Alexander Melnikov, Seong-Jin Cho, Alice Sara Ott, Ainhoa Arteta, Asier Polo, Leticia Moreno, Pablo Ferrández, Judith Jáuregui or Iván Martín. The formation counts with several records published, among which we can find Die Romantische Seele with the pianist Judith Jauregui, produced by the German label ARS Produktion (winner of the International Classical Music Awards and nominated to the Opus Klassik awards), and Alba Eterna, opera by the composer Albert Guinovart and produced by the label Sony Classical.

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