The OCM Digital Hall is born, a new digital platform to enjoy the symphonic concerts of the OCM in streaming from the Palau de la Música Catalana.
After many months of hard work … we are very happy to announce the premiere of the OCM Digital Hall, a new digital platform that will allow the viewing of the OCM symphonic concerts in streaming from the Palau de Catalan Music.
The OCM Digital Hall will kick off next Saturday, September 26, at 12 noon, with the inaugural concert of the 2020-21 Season, Beethoven’s Novena, which the OCM will offer under the direction of Tomàs Grau and together with the Orfeó Català and the soloists Marta Mathéu, Tànit Bono, Marc Sala and Josep-Ramon Olivé at the Palau de la Música Catalana.
It should be noted that this first appointment with the OCM Digital Hall and Beethoven’s Ninth also becomes a charity concert in favor of Save The Children, to help the most vulnerable children in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic.
With a very careful aesthetic and the use of cinematographic cameras and optics, in addition to a high quality sound, the live performance is accentuated with a crystal clear image quality. A new way to enjoy symphonic concerts from the Palau de la Música Catalana, as never before.
The streaming concerts can be seen on the website www.ocmdigitalhall.com and are priced at € 6.99 per concert, with the option to buy 3 streamings for € 17.99 and pay for the whole season for 49, € 99. The first two concerts, La Novena de Beethoven and the Concert commemorating the Centenary of the Pau Casals Orchestra, will have a promotional price of € 4.99.
Welcome to the OCM Digital Hall!
“New Symphony Streams for a New World Era”