Nit de Musicals: Carousel


More than thirty musicians and forty singers bring to the stage, for the first time in Barcelona, a mythical title in the history of the musical, a romantic and passionate score converted into a large-scale show in concert version. After achieving unprecedented success with Oklahoma !, the artistic pair formed by the llibretist Oscar Hammerstein II and the composer Richard Rodgers premiered on Broadway in 1945 a second joint work. Adapted a story by the Hungarian author Ferenc Molnárc about a firaire wearing a love of a young worker. The two are going to live together, but the scandal involving a love that at that time was considered immoral causes both to lose their jobs. But the girl is pregnant and the protagonist, Billy Bigelow, to ensure a future for the girl and the waiting creature, embarks on a theft of tragic consequences.


Date of Release: 28/07/18
Site: Teatre Grec de Barcelona

Tittle: Carousel
Direction: Daniel Anglès
Musical Direction: Xavier Torras


Miquel Fernández
Ivan Labanda
Anna Moliner
Diana Roig


Orquestra Pops Symphony


“The performers have been able to transfer all the emotion of the work.”

“Anna Moliner and Ivan Labanda highlighted the most comic side, making a very good couple.”

“The performance was received with the scent of a feat, with great applause during most of the most popular numbers. A standing ovation put an end to the show.”

“The performers have beautifully portrayed their characters and captivated us with their voices.”

“The best show of the Grec Festival 2018.”

“A luxury concert led by the great actors and actresses of the genre.”

“Ivan Labanda’s comedic vision stands out, which allowed him to play the role to the extreme.”

“A show that has good voices, good performers, an excellent orchestra and beautiful costumes”


“A show with brilliant performers. The chemistry and complicity between Anna Moliner and Ivan Labanda stand out.”

“A memorable concert.”

“All the performers shone with their characters.”

“An exciting concert.”

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