Open doors at the Palau de la Música Catalana


On Sunday 24th November, the Palau de la Música Catalana organizes its usual open doors day. A event to enjoy the architecture of the World Heritage modernist building.

What can be visited?

During 5 hours visitors can move freely through the different areas of the Palau de la Música Catalana: concert hall (stalls and second floor); the Lluís Millet room and the balcony that overlooks the garden of the columns; Petit Palau, where audiovisuals will be broadcast; the CEDOC (Center for Documentation of l'Orfeó Català), located on the fifth floor of the Palau and which protects documentary funds dating back to the twelfth century (commented visits will be organized for small groups); and the Plaça del Palau, in which the Maria Canals International Music Contest will install a piano so that everyone can play it.

Singing workshops

As the activity of the Palau is choral singing, attendees can listen singing performances in the Concert Hall by the participants of the singing workshops, which will be free and conducted by the choir directors of the Clavé XXI project, the project social of the Palau that through the choral song promotes the social inclusion of children and young people.

There's still more

There will also be a photo contest through Twitter and Instagram, in which a menu for two people will be drawn at the Café del Palau; Tickets will be offered at a special price of € 15.00 when buying tickets (at the box office and online) for concerts:

  • Monday, November 25 20 h: Angela Hewitt, piano - Concert italià de Bach
  • Thursday, December 12 8 pm: Alisa Weilerstein, violoncel - Les Suites per a violoncel de Bach
  • Tuesday, December 17 20h: Jordi Savall & Le Concert des Nations - L’Oratori de Nadal de Bach (I)
  • Wednesday, December 18 20h: Jordi Savall & Le Concert des Nations - L’Oratori de Nadal de Bach (II)

And finally, the Foyer Bar, the Mirador restaurant and the Palau Store also join the celebration with special prices.

The open day of the Palau de la Música is normally free but this year they request a minimum donation of € 1.00 for the benefit of their social project Clavé XXI.

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