Museo de Casals San Juan, PR
The museum preserves audio-visual media documenting Pablo Casals’ work as a solo performer and director.
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Located in Plaza San José on San Sebastián Street, this museum is dedicated to the life and works of internationally renowned cellist and composer, Pablo Casals, best remembered for his recordings of Bach’s Cello Suites. Born in 1876 in Catalonia, Spain, Casals moved to Puerto Rico in 1956 where he founded the Festival Casals. Celebrated every year, the festival attracts musical talent of the highest caliber from around the world. One of his last compositions was the Hymn of the United Nations, which he completed before passing away in 1973 at the age of 96. The museum preserves audio-visual media documenting Pablo Casals’ work as a solo performer and director.
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