Concert De Carilló
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Concert De Carilló information
Some 5000kg of bronze in 49 bells (a carillon) swings into action for free monthly ‘concerts’ in the seat of the Catalan government, allowing spectators a rare chance to get inside. In the pretty Gothic Pati dels Tarongers, an internal terrace lined with orange trees at the heart of the building, the audience is treated to a midday performance of just about anything, from classical through bossa nova.