Last night at the Palau de la Música Catalana to say goodbye to this 22/23 season. And we couldn't do it any other way than with tickets practically sold out to receive the emblematic I Musici line-up. With more than seventy years of experience, the orchestra was received with a standing ovation and surprised again in its performance without a conductor.

As they have shown throughout their musical life, the work that will always be associated with them is The Four Seasons by Antonio Vivaldi, a melody that they performed in an impeccable and fine way, with great reception from the public.

After the break, it was the turn of the great unknown. The ballet The Four Seasons by Giuseppe Verdi, which is part of the third act of the opera Les vêpres siciliennes, premiered in 1855. An enchanting work perfect to end a great evening that surprised the spectators.

After a great ovation, I Musici offered us two more encores to thank the Barcelona audience. Part of The Four Seasons by Astor Piazzola and the Romanian Dance by Béla Bartók.

A great end to a great season with extraordinary moments. We hope to see you all at BCN Clàssics 23/24.