Guided tour and miniconcert at Palau de la Música

This is an opportunity to explore an icon of Catalan modernism and enjoy some music at the same time

One of the most iconic buildings in Barcelona, the Palau de la Música can now be explored through a guided visit that also includes a small-format musical recital.

During August, visitors to the Palau de la Música have the opportunity to take part in a guided tour that will end in an organ recital or similar musical performance. It’s a majestic way to experience the concert hall with live music performed by experienced musicians.

The tour includes a visit to the stone garden, with a detailed explanation of the mosaics, ceramics and cast iron which were the main materials used in its construction. The itinerary will also spend some time in the Sala Lluís Millet, a hall from where one can see a balcony with all kinds of flowers in homage to the natural world. The organ recital is the perfect way to end the visit, with music by composers like Bach, Mozart and Wagner.

 

 

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Publication date: Wednesday, 27 July 2016
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