Josep Bros

25th Anniversary Recital

Josep Bros celebrates the 25th Anniversary of his debut with an unforgettable concert 

Barcelona-born tenor Josep Bros is one of the most cherished singers in the Liceu, where he made his unexpected debut in 1992, alongside Edita Gruberova, in a series of memorable performances of Anna Bolena. Since that date, the Catalan tenor’s highly lyrical voice has been applauded by critics and the public in the best theatres worldwide. With this recital, Bros celebrates his 25th anniversary in the Liceu by performing some of the most brilliant pieces in his repertoire.

Artistic profile

Josep Bros, tenor
Marco Evangelisti, piano


November 2017

26Sunday17:00Turn TFee 7

First parte 40m
Interval 30m
Second part 35m

Approximate running time​ 1h 45m


First part

Francesco Paolo Tosti (1846 – 1916)
“L’ultima canzone”                                                

Gaetano Donizetti (1797 – 1848)
“Una furtiva lagrima” (L’elisir d’amore)                                   

Stanislao Gastaldon (1861 – 1939)
“Musica proibita”

Giuseppe Verdi (1813 – 1901)
“Quando le sere al placido” (Luisa Miller)                                 

Luigi Denza (1846 – 1922)
“Occhi di fata”

Francesco Cilea (1866 – 1950)
“È la solita storia del pastore” (“Lamento di Federico”, L’arlesiana)   

Second part

Jules Massenet (1842 – 1912)
“Ouvre tes yeux bleus” (Poème d’amour)
“Pourquoi me réveiller” (Werther)                                        

Eduard Toldrà (1895 – 1962)
“Cançó de grumet”

Reveriano Soutullo (1880 – 1932) i Juan Vert (1890 – 1931)
“Bella enamorada”  (El último romántico)

Jacinto Guerrero (1895 – 1951)
“Mujer de los negros ojos” (El huésped del sevillano)

Pablo Sorozábal (1897 – 1988)
“No puede ser” (La tabernera del puerto)



Reasons why you need to see Josep Bros. 25th Anniversary Recital

  1. One of the most cherished singers by the public of the Liceu.
  2. 25 years after his debut in Barcelona, Josep Bros is one of the most acclaimed lyrical tenors on the international lyrical scene.
  3. Josep Bros revisits a substantial portion of the repertoire he has performed in a career that spans more than 25 years.
  4. One of the most highly awaited recitals of the season.