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Palau de la Música Catalana (Concert Hall):Built between 1905 and 1908 as a headquarters for the Orfeó Català and funded by popular donations, it constitutes a symbolic and sentimental heritage of an entire city that identifies with its history. In addition, the Concert Hall -one of the most representative buildings of Catalan Modernist style- has been the privileged stage for the national and international concert life of the city of Barcelona for one hundred years.

For more information and tickets, please, visit the official website.

       Palau de la Musica Catalan

El Liceu (Opera House): Barcelona's Opera House was originally opened in 1847. It is one of the world's finest and biggest stage and acoustic settings for opera, and one of the most important opera houses in the country. Most of the building was destroyed by fire in 1994 and was rebuilt shortly after. It can be easily spotted while walking along the famous and colorful Les Rambles street.

For more information and tickets, please, visit the official website.

  El Liceu

L'Auditori (Concert House): L'Auditori, a modern concert house sitting on the area of Plaça de les Glories, opened doors in March 1999. It is home to Barcelona's Symphonic Orchestra and also features a truly international concert programme.

For more information and tickets, please, visit the official website.

  L'Auditori main hall

Razzmatazz (indie rock): Located in the Poblenou area, this large venue holds many high quality concert from the rock & electro scene. At night, it opens its five rooms as a disco where the indie scene is represented.

  Razzmatazz street view

Sala Apolo (indie rock): Located in the Paral·lel, this two halls historical place normally programs rock and electro concerts. Every Monday, it holds the Anti-Karaoke, one of the hidden jewels of the city where rock and hardcore hits take the stage thanks to the spontaneous participation of the assistants.

  Sala Apolo Dance Hall

Heliogàbal (indie folk): A small bar which is normally packed to listen to the latest propsals from the indie folk world. One of the hot spots responsible of the latest wave of successful local bands, like Mishima, Manel, Delafe y Las Flores Azules or Love of Lesbian.

  Heloigàbal
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