The Liceu Holds Concert for Plants

The plants enjoyed a 6 minute long show. Image © Business Insider

An opera house in Barcelona has reopened its doors following the COVID-19 lockdown by putting on a concert for 2,292 plants.

The Liceu, one of the biggest opera venues across the globe, also streamed their ‘Concert for Biocene’ as a symbolic act to return nature stolen places, after the Spanish emergency orders were lifted.  The concert included a string quartet performance of Giacomo Puccini’s “Chrysanthemum”.

The plants were donated by local nurseries and will be gifted to front line workers from the Hospital Clinic of Barcelona.

Posted by Claire Edwards 23 June 2020

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