Franz Schubert was a Romantic composer from the XIX century who stood out for his contribution to music in the lied genre. He created a new format of concerts bringing classical music closer to a more reduced audience, named Schubertiades.
The design was based on the shape of his recognizable glasses, as an allegory of his pioneering view, and the paintings from that time were reinterpreted to get a more contemporary and updated look of the Romatic movement.
Illustrations by Ricard Jorge
Photography: Vidal Orga