On October 22, 1973, Pablo Casals died in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Cellist, conductor, composer, humanist and staunch fighter for freedom and democracy, today he is still one of the most universal names in music and peace.
The universal legacy of Pablo Casals continues to be very relevant today. The defense of peace, democracy, human rights, and social commitment are central and highly topical issues in the world in which we live.
This year we commemorate the 50th anniversary of Casals’ death (1973-2023). For this reason, in 2023 the Pau Casals Foundation and the Pau Casals Museum will have a series of activities and special projects that will focus on the musical and human legacy of the maestro.
We encourage you to consult Casals’ extensive biography and career.