The Paral·lel’s legendary café-concert
El Molino is the perfect blend of cabaret and music hall that will take you back in time through satire, showmanship, eroticism and sensuality.
Masters of the Spanish Guitar
Some of Barcelona's most important architectural and historic landmarks are hosting a season of music featuring the finest in the Spanish guitar repertoire.
Opera and dance
Lucio Silla, a work devoted to honour, betrayal and power, was composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart when he was just sixteen. The action is set in Rome in the second century AD.
Madama Butterfly (Milan, 1904) tells the harrowing tale of Butterfly (Cio-Cio-San), a geisha in Nagasaki, who trusts blindly in the love.
Exhibitions and conferences
A unique experience designed for you to enjoy La Pedrera at night, with live jazz on the rooftop and some of Barcelona’s most spectacular views.
Some of Barcelona's most important architectural and historic landmarks are hosting a season of music featuring the finest concerts in the Spanish guitar repertoire.
A season of music featuring the finest in the Spanish guitar repertoire are hosting in the setting of the Palau de la Música Catalana. The building has been declared a World Heritage Site.
The 18th-century palazzo has a long and interesting history and had a decisive influence on the urban development of Barcelona.
Live music, cocktails, tasting menu... Enjoy an evening of Barcelona in a special ambiance!
The concerts that are part of the series The Art of the Spanish Guitar are held at the 12th-century church of Santa Anna.
Founded in 1970, the Tablao Cordobés is widely admired by the most exacting artistic minorities and has garnered great international prestige.
Singers, dancers, guitarists and other musicians offer you a powerful performance.
An innovative entertainment which blends the tradition of Spanish operetta and flamenco in a single performance.
The show brings us the thrilling world of gypsy dance in a combination of sensations, rhythms and movements.
The Tablao de Carmen is located in the Poble Espanyol de Montjuïc and has always been known for its top-quality entertainment.
Opened 25 years ago, it gives you the opportunity to experience a typical Andalusian courtyard where you can admire the great art of flamenco.
Enjoy a typical Spanish dinner, as you watch a flamenco show, in the heart of Barcelona’s old town.
The Palau Dalmases is located in the heart of the Ribera district on Carrer Montcada, far from the bustle of the city. Here you can enjoy an opera or flamenco concert.