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Palau de la Música Catalana

"It might be the Palace of Catalan Music, but you come as much for your eyes as your ears. The auditorium is a kaleidoscope of roses, chandeliers, and stained glass. This is the work of Modernist architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner, a building some say is even prettier than the mosaic master’s. Built to house the Orfeó Català symphonic choir, today’s musical acts span from choral to pianists, jazz, flamenco, and operas such as La Traviata and Carmen. A key decision is whether to visit in daylight, for a tour, when the building is at its most spectacular, or at night, for a concert, when the music is." -


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Unfortunately, all tours for the days we're there are sold out. That's becoming a theme. But we can creep in a take a peak so that will have to suffice.


Enjoy this it sure looks beautiful, thanks.


Oh my, that video of the interior, and especially the skylight, is really something! Thanks for that, Andy.


Pat, this was a fun (and beautiful) one to do, and much more challenging than I had expected.


Ooopsie, I wonder how that happened. Here's the working link @Tincup and everyone else:


Wow! This artist is new to me. Never saw this beauty on my visit to Barcelona, as I was so taken and so busy with Gaudi, Miro, and Dali!

And hey Andy, I can't get to your Youtube link, could you repost?


It almost sound that both visits are almost de rigueur, but of course there's the time factor there, eh? This is really rich, almost over the top but so artfully done with the symmetry and the overall warmth that it stops at 'perfect'. For those of us who aren't fortunate enough to have planned ahead to visit this jewel, here's a nifty video tour of the hall, inside and out:

And I couldn't pass on the opportunity, so here's a closeup of that skylight:

Thanks Pat!


That's what I was thinking, Bill. I guess I'd trade sun coming through the windows for some music and lit chandeliers.


I bet it's pretty spectacular to see at night, too, with the lights on. Thanks, Pat.

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