The Best Sight & Sound Combo in Barcelona

Barcelona's amazing modernista concert hall - Palau de la Música Catalana - is a must-see/must-hear for anyone coming to Barcelona.

Trip Advisor ranks it as #3 of "598 Things to Do in Barcelona", right behind the Sagrada Familia and Casa Batllo and right ahead of the Gothic Quarter.  (And all four of these activities, by the way, are easy walking distance from Bailèn 41.)

Daily guided tours of the building are offered, but if you really want the whole experience, buy a ticket for one of the Palau's world class musical performances and enjoy the amazing combination of sights and sounds. The Palau offers the gamut of musical tastes: classical, contemporary, jazz, gospel, children's programs, flamenco, and more.

The newly announced 2016-2017 program includes such gems as:

  • William Christie directing Les Arts Florissants in Händel's Messiah;
  • Sir John Eliot Gardiner conducting the English Baroque Soloists in Monteverdi's Il ritorno d'Ulissee in patria;
  • Pincas Zukerman performing Mozart, Beethoven, and Brahms;
  • René Jacobs conducting the Freiburger Barockorchester in Bach's St. Matthew Passion and Mozart's Cosi fan tutte;
  • Gustavo Dudamel conducting all nine Beethoven symphonies in one week;
  • Sir András Schiff and Daniel Barenboim playing piano; and
  • Jordi Savall directing Le Concerts des Nations in Mozart's last 3 symphonies.

Bailèn 41, of course, offers our guests concierge service for Palau and other tickets. We're here to help!