'Guitar On/Off' can be seen outside the Auditori concert hall until 27 November
The Musée de la Musique in Paris, Ragnarock in Roskilde and Barcelona’s Museu de la Música have come together to create Guitar On/Off, an exhibition that takes the form of a giant guitar that the public can play. This is a collective multimedia experience of one of the world’s most popular and iconic instruments – one that has become a symbol of freedom in certain countries and eras.
This innovative exhibition is embarked on a journey around the world and will call in on Barcelona from 20 September to 27 November. It will be located outside the Auditori concert hall, which also houses the city’s music museum, and can be visited from 10am to 7pm. A commented visit will take place every other Sunday.
The exhibition is part of the Template project of itinerant interactive digital exhibitions and is supported by the Creative Europe project of the European Union.
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