Kronberg Academy – Casals Forum
International classical music centre located in the heart of Europe, in the town of Kronberg, which trains young cellists from all over the world up to the highest level, inspired by Pablo Casals’ musical values.
Avinguda de Pau Casals - Barcelona
On 16th June 1934 the city of Barcelona named Pablo Casals an adoptive son, awarded him the Medal of the City and inaugurated Pau Casals Avenue, located at the foot of the Turó Park. In 1982 the Pablo Casals sculptural ensemble was installed with a piece by Josep Viladomat, an original from 1940, and one by Apel·les Fenosa from 1976.
Palau de la Música Catalana - Barcelona
The Palau de la Música Catalana was built between 1905 and 1908 by the architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner as the headquarters of the Orfeó Català. From 1920 to 1936 it was the home of the Orchestra Pau Casals, founded by Pablo Casals. Since 2015 the Pablo Casals Day-Barcelona concert is held with internationally renowned cellists and musicians.
Pau Casals Auditorium - El Vendrell
It was designed by the architect Jordi Bonet i Armengol and opened on 6th June 1981. The Pau Casals Auditorium has a regular programme of music throughout the year, including the Pau Casals International Music Festival, which is held every summer in honour of and in homage to the life and work of Pablo Casals.
Birth House - El Vendrell
The house where Pablo Casals was born was built in 1855 and is located at number 4, Carrer de Santa Anna in El Vendrell. It was converted into a museum in 1995, and on the ground floor you can take a journey through the childhood and early musical world of Pablo Casals.
Pau Casals International Music Festival of El Vendrell
The Pau Casals International Music Festival has been held every summer since 1981 in the Pau Casals Auditorium in El Vendrell. Over the years, numerous internationally renowned ensembles and cellists have taken part, converting it into a leading festival in Catalonia and Spain.
Pau Casals Museum - El Vendrell
The Pau Casals Museum is located in the house that Pablo Casals had built in front of Sant Salvador beach, El Vendrell. It conserves a unique collection and documentary archive that enables the heritage, musical and human legacy of Pablo Casals, from his beginnings in El Vendrell to his international projection, to be revealed.
El Vendrell Church Organ
Commissioned from the organ builder Ludwig Scherrer and inaugurated in 1777, this is one of the few remaining Baroque organs in Catalonia. Pablo Casals had a great esteem for the organ, since his father had been the organist and he had played it on several occasions. In 2009 the Associació d’Amics de l’Orgue launched a campaign for the definitive restoration of the instrument.
Marlboro Music Festival
From 1962 to 1973 Pablo Casals participated in the Marlboro Festival, created by his friend and pianist Rudolf Serkin, who was artistic director until 1991. Today, Marlboro continues under the artistic direction of Mitsuko Uchida.
United Nations Headquarters in New York
In the Hall of the United Nations General Assembly in New York City you can see the bust of Pablo Casals by the sculptor Robert Berks, a gift from Robert Howard to the United Nations International School. Casals played at the General Assembly three times, in 1958, 1963 and 1971.
Espace Casals - Prades
A space located in the Mediathèque where documents, objects and audiovisuals from the Festivals and from the period when Pablo Casals lived in Prades are exhibited.
Festival Pablo Casals - Prades
The Festival Pablo Casals, created in 1950 in Prades, is one of the most prestigious chamber music festivals in France. Conducted by Pablo Casals until 1966, it is now held every summer, from 26th July to 13th August, with a highly prestigious international line-up.
Casals Hall is the first hall in Japan created especially for chamber music. Designed by Arata Isozaki & Associates, it was inaugurated in 1987 in homage to Pablo Casals. It is now part of the Nihon University of Tokyo.
The festival was created by Pablo Casals with the support of the Government of Puerto Rico in 1957, and was conducted by Pablo Casals until 1973. The Festival is held annually between the months of February and March and its current artistic director is Maximiliano Valdés.
Pablo Casals Museum
The Pablo Casals Museum of Puerto Rico aims to preserve and promote the life and work of Pablo Casals during his exile in Puerto Rico. It conserves manuscripts and an extensive collection of personal objects, medals, posters, documents and photographs, as well as valuable audiovisual collections.
Museum - Casa Pilar Defilló
The Casa Pilar Defilló Museum is located in the house where Pablo Casals’ mother was born in the municipality of Mayagüez. Restored and inaugurated in 2015, it is a living cultural centre of this Puerto Rican city.