This auditorium designed by Ramon Muntaner is the most important Modernist example in Ciutat Vella

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Palace of Catalan Music, Barcelona

This auditorium designed by Ramon Muntaner is the most important Modernist example in Ciutat Vella.

This auditorium designed by Ramon Muntaner is the most important Modernist example in Ciutat Vella. It was the headquarters of the ''Orfeó Català'', the oldest Catalan choir. The most beautiful part is the stalls with fine detailing, although the entire building is impressive. There are plenty of allegories about music and Catalonia, since the Orfeó Català is strongly bounded with the Catalan ''Renaixença'', the romantic movement that tried to recuperate the Catalan history, language and traditions. It is also the best place in Barcelona to listen to symphonic music.


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About Palace of Catalan Music

 Carrer Palau de la Musica, 4-6, 08003 Barcelona, Spain

 +34 902 44 28 82

 www.palaumusica.cat

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