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L'Auditori is Accessible

L'Auditori is Accessible

L'Auditori de Barcelona works hard to make culture easier to access for the sectors of society ‎that find this difficult.‎
These are some of the measures we have now adopted to achieve this, and we will keep on ‎working towards this goal.‎

Through the Apropa Cultura social programme, we allocate 2% of the season's ‎seating ‎capacity to social organisations who work with ‎vulnerable groups, including disabled ‎people and those at risk of social exclusion, offering a special rate of €3 per person.‎

We offer discounts on ticket prices for those with legally recognised ‎disabilities, those with children with legally recognised disabilities ‎‎(greater than 33%), the unemployed, single-parent ‎families, registered large families and foster ‎families with accreditation from the Catalan Institute for Fostering and Adoption ‎‎(ICAA).‎
Information on all these discounts can be found here.‎

We have reserved seating for anyone who needs to access L'Auditori de Barcelona in a ‎wheelchair. Just call 932 479 300 when purchasing your tickets.‎

The overall aim of the POCTEFA ARTIS project is to make it easier for groups of ‎people most at risk of exclusion, whether for social or health reasons, to access cultural ‎spaces, facilities and activities.
You can find more information about the POCTEFA ARTIS project at this link.‎

We have set up calm safe areas that enable anyone who needs to do so, ‎to enter and leave the concerts in Hall 1 Pau Casals and Hall 2 Oriol Martorell, always ‎observing the indications of the hall staff.‎
These spaces are for priority use by people with special needs, such as those with autism, ‎Alzheimer's, anxiety, and breastfeeding mothers.

The Barcelona Symphony Band organises weekday morning concerts in collaboration with ‎Apropa Cultura, which are specially designed for adult audiences who are often unable to ‎enjoy the Band's concerts in their regular time slots. To promote the well-being of a variety ‎of different audiences, these concerts within the La Banda ens Apropa season have more ‎relaxed rules about noise and movement inside the concert hall, and there may also be small ‎adjustments to the lighting, sound, etc. These sessions help reduce anxiety levels and make ‎the concert a more enjoyable experience for people living with Alzheimer's disease, autism, ‎cognitive difficulties, etc.‎ +INFO

This is a participatory workshop aimed at organisations who work with people living with ‎Alzheimer's disease, their families and carers, and also groups with learning disabilities, ‎autism spectrum disorder, and those with mental disorders. The activity is organised by ‎Apropa Cultura and is held in collaboration with students from the Escola Superior de Música ‎de Catalunya (ESMUC), who give a live performance. After this, the participants watch a ‎rehearsal of the Barcelona Symphony Orchestra (OBC), and the experience ends with a ‎musical workshop.‎ +INFO

Project co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (FEDER)

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