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Apolo's in-house production series is back with three concerts between April and July. The Algerians Imarhan (April, 11th), the project led by Ishmael Butler Shabazz Palaces (May, 3rd), and the 70s funk band Cymande (July, 21st) will be playing at Caprichos de Apolo this 2022.
Think of that musician that seems impossible to you that someday will come to play in Barcelona. Or think of that cult artist who doesn’t fit into any programming cycle. Or think about that special show of a large artist in small format. Imagine that kind of peculiar concert that can only be the result of an extremely refined selection criteria, the aim of a "Why not?", of obstinacy, even. Well, all of this is Caprichos de Apolo.
Caprichos de Apolo is the venue's own production concert series, always with the aim of presenting unusual artists on the national circuit and genuine shows very unusual to see.
The Caprichos seal is a high-risk bet that Apolo has been defending since 2005, which has seen great names such as Ronnie Spector & Ronnettes, John Parish, Janis Ian, Mick Harvey, Irma Thomas, Blixa Bargeld, Joe Henry or Marc Almond.
In the "Hall of Fame" of the cycle there are also memories of artists that is hard to believe that one day they performed at Apolo; young musicians who would find success after their first time at our venue, such as Nathy Peluso, Acid Arab, Rosalía and Raül Refree, Israel Fernàndez, Tank and The Bangas, Ariel Pink, Beach House, Jana Hunter, Le Tigre, Tinariwen, Janelle Monáe or Katy Perry.
And no, it wasn’t a dream. Because if you want to make your dreams a reality, first you have to dream about them. And that's what we keep doing: dreaming, fantasizing, infatuate.