Museu de la Música
The museum's collection of some 500 musical instruments is illustrated with audiovisual exhibits in English, Catalan and Spanish. You'll be able to hear Pau Casal's cello and an Indian sarangi, as well as excerpts of works by Albéniz for guitar and piano.
The museum has one of the world's most important collections of classical guitars and has outstanding examples by Antonio de Torres, the foremost Spanish guitar maker. Keyboard instruments, such as Pérez Molero's organ, Zell's harpsichord and Hauslaib's claviorgan are also iconic exhibits. The interactive gallery allows you to play a number of musical instruments and is particularly suitable for families with children.
Only for groups The Museu offers guided tours and a Classical Guitar concert: an amazing intimate musical experience with original instruments from the museum's collection. Visits under request.
The museum opened in 2007 inside the concert hall, L'Auditori, by the architect Rafael Moneo. It is home to the OBC-Orquestra Simfònica de Barcelona i Nacional de Catalunya, and is part of the new architectural district close to the Glòries Tower and Mercat dels Encants.
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