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  • Flamenco at Sala Tarantos

    Flamenco at Sala Tarantos

    Tarantos has been hosting the best flamenco in Barcelona since 1963. Through all these years and into the present day, the 'tablao' has featured the top names in flamenco.

    Barcelona welcomed hundreds of thousands of immigrants from southern Spain in the Sixties, becoming the epicenter of an evolution from the Andalusian genre thanks to the superlative quality of the performances and a certain leaning towards heterodoxy, which led to the emergence of phenomena such as the Catalan rumba and the proliferation of the 'new flamenco'.

    Over the last few years, the Mas i Mas Group has opted to distill conventional flamenco shows into a concentrated celebration of flamenco guitar, song and dance. Our current emphasis is on a series of performances by some of the country's very best emergent flamenco troupes.

  • Flamenco at el Tablao de Carmen

    Flamenco at el Tablao de Carmen

    Ideal for an evening out with your family, partner or friends, the Tablao de Carmen is performing a pure, authentic flamenco show every evening, with a line-up of eight artists: four "bailaor" flamenco dancers", two guitarists and two "cantaor" flamenco singers.

    An iconic place of Barcelona, located in the Andalucian quarter of the Poble Espanyol in Montjuïc. Since it was opened in 1988, it is considered the mecca of Flamenco in Barcelona. It was created in tribute to the legendary "bailaora", Carmen Amaya, who was a close friend of the family who owned it.

    An intimate space, decorated in the style of an Andalucian corral, so you can mingle with artists and enjoy a drink around a table, with some tapas or a traditional supper during the show.

  • Opera and Flamenco at Palau Dalmases

    Opera and Flamenco at Palau Dalmases

    In the incomparable setting of a baroque palace you will enjoy a flamenco show like you've never imagined: an hour of extreme intensity where cante flamenco and flamenco dance are combined with cajón and flamenco guitar.

    "Duende", magic, passion, art… So many words to describe a feeling, a way of life, a way of feeling. In Tablao Dalmases you will find authentic flamenco, artist with an incredible background that will make you feel flamenco in Barcelona like you've never experienced before.

    If you're an opera fan, you will be surprised by the arias and the opera set by Mozart, Donizetti, Verdi or Tchaikowsky that the Petita Companya Lírica de Barcelona performs every Thursday. They interprets arias and opera set, with the staging of the action between the audience and a brief previous presentation, to situate everyone in the story.

  • Palacio del Flamenco

    Palacio del Flamenco

    The Palacio del Flamenco is an old theater located in central Barcelona with a long-standing social and artistic tradition. Its large capacity ensures that it is possible to eat dinner and watch the show in comfort.

    In addition to the three daily shows, 'Flamenco y Olé', 'El Gitano Bajanó' and 'Pasión Flamenca', there is a wide menu choice covering everything from tapas to vegetarian cuisine.

    The audience can gain a deep appreciation of this art and enjoy an evening of the most beautiful flamenco in an unforgettable setting.

  • Family activities and concerts at the Palau

    Family activities and concerts at the Palau

    It is now 15 years since the Palau de la Música Catalana introduced its Cycle of Family Concerts at the Palau, an initiative whose goal is to kindle the passion for and appreciation of music to the youngest members of the household.

    These are shows conceived and created so that music interacts with other forms of artistic expression such as dance, theater, poetry or the plastic arts, aimed at encouraging the curiosity, imagination and creativity of young and old alike.

  • Festival del Mil·lenni

    Festival del Mil·lenni

    One of the most highly awaited music festivals of the season, the Festival del Mil·lenni will be celebrating its 21st edition. Spread out over several months, the Festival program schedules a series of concerts in the city's best theaters and auditoriums to cover almost all musical genres: from pop to Flamenco, as well as classic, folk and jazz music. Each year prominent international artists touch down in Barcelona and this year will be no different. This year's Millenni festival will be hosting artists of the likes of Saint Etienne, Mika, Glen Hansard, Diego el Cigala, Manolo García and Amaia.

  • Miguel Poveda

    Miguel Poveda

    Born in Barcelona, this flamenco singer has been performing since he was 15 years old at theaters all over the world in spectacular concerts, which pay close attention to even the smallest details. Since he won several awards at the Festival Nacional de Cante de la Mina, his career has truly taken off, and he now has several albums to his name. He is now coming to the Auditorium to offer a recital which will take us through the different Flamenco geographies and will include some of the most well-known flamenco music. SSoleás, fandagos and seguiriyas, cantiñas, bulerías and tangos de Triana will all be heard with the refreshing and personal interpretation that Miguel Poveda offers us.

  • Rosalía


    In 2017 she shot to fame with her album Los Ángeles and the single “Malamante”, which won two Latin Grammys. And she sparked a craze. In 2019 Rosalía became a global sensation with her second album “El Mal Querer”, where she appears alongside James Blake for the release of his single “Barefoot in the Park” and in subsequent releases such as her latest single “Yo x Ti, Tu x Mi” with Ozuna, the two songs “Milionària & Dio$ No$ Libre Del Dinero”, “Aute Cuture” and the acclaimed “Con Altura” with J Balvin and El Guincho. Her fusion of classic flamenco with R&B and electronic beats, her image and her powerful presence led to NME affirming that, “nobody in pop right now does it better". She is currently breaking records with the video for, “Con Altura”, which has already had more than 800 million views. She is now coming back to her roots with a concert in the Palau Sant Jordi that is set to be completely packed out.

  • Estrella Morente

    Estrella Morente

    The daughter of Enrique Morente shines like a star and is worthy of her surname... and her name. The essence of flamenco comes from her flamenco singer father, a loyal follower of traditional music, but who revitalized the art and found harmony between the head and the heart. Estrella Morente is now taking on the copla, following her triumphant performances in March at the Gran Teatro del Liceu. Her album “Copla”, her first studio album after three long years, covers the most emblematic songs of this style of music, ranging from “Ay pena, penita!”, by Antonio Vargas Heredia, or “El día que nací yo” to “Amante de abril y mayo”, by Quintero, León y Quiroga. A challenge taken on by the greats of this genre such as Concha Piquer, Lola Flores and Imperio Argentina and which this cantaora performs respectfully and free of any prejudice.

  • Parc de Montjuïc

    Parc de Montjuïc

    The Parc de Montjuïc is located in the Sants neighbourhood and it occupies a vast swathe of the imposing hill overlooking the port, offering a plethora of green areas and gardens, museums and cultural attractions, sports facilities and Olympic sites. Montjuïc speaks to us about the history and life of a hill that has helped define Barcelona's personality.

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