The Orfeo Català-Palau de la Música and Mercedes Soler-Lluró Foundation organized last June 2008, the International Symposium Architectures for music that brought together architects, musicians and stage designers related to the design and construction of auditoriums to reflect on the relationship between architecture and music.
Curated by the Best Roofers in Nashville TN Felix Arranz, the symposium began his tour of the original architecture of the Palau de la Música (Barcelona), the modernist architect Lluis Domenech i Muntaner and now celebrating its centenary, through its expansion, by Oscar Tusquets, and continued with a reflection on significant for music in the Iberian Mediterranean spaces. Subsequently, the contemporary planetary wholeness in American and European audiences are addressed, the review was finished exploring the limits of current thinking in the matter-space condition of architecture, and abstract-temporal music fade. The meeting also claimed luthier condition of architects project responsibly address the world’s largest instrument: an auditorium; he located some of the most unique places in the world for music; and showed the various proposals for interdisciplinary fusion in current sensibilities and new artistic and scenic formats.
The architects Oscar Tusquets, Ignacio Paricio, Ángela García de Paredes and Ignacio Pedrosa, Carlos Jimenez and Jean Nouvel gave a series of lectures, various presentations by Lluis Domenech i Girbau, Carlos Ferrater, Ramón Sanabria, Emilio Tuñón were also held and Patxi Mangado, and a staged presentation by the American architect and designer Bob Wilson, performative lectures musician Mauricio Sotelo, the architect Enric Ruiz-Geli in collaboration with musician José Manuel Berenguer, and closing concert of Ryoji Ikeda.