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Published: July  15, 2014

Auditorio Parco della Musica

The Rome Auditorium, a multi-functional complex dedicated to music and performing arts, is one of the latest additions to the already immense culture and art heritage of the Eternal City. The project, dominated by three “harmonic cases” that seem to rise above a sea of vegetation, is first of all a delight for the eye before to be considered an exceptionally conceived music venue. It is in fact an outstanding piece of modern architecture designer by internationally acclaimed Italian architect Renzo Piano. A venue removed from the busy and congestioned city centre offered the advantage of being easily accessible to a large public for parking and transports. The “City” of Music”, thus became a new urban element, built in the narrow plain that stretches from the banks of the river Tiber to the Parioli hill, located between the Olympic Village built for the 1960’s Games and the Palazzo dello Sport and Stadio Flaminio. The luxurious vegetation surrounding the venue acts as a link with the Roman quarter, bordering Villa Glori, and opens to leave space for an open-air theatre, an urban focal point that provides space for a fourth hall outdoors, designed for staging shows and concerts and able to seat around 3,000 spectators. The complex also includes a series of spaces for commercial, recreational, exhibition and study activities. The entire project meets all Italian regulations requirements for visual and motor disabilities, being provided with security exits, fire-proof elevators, safe locations and reserved seats in the concert halls. Tactile maps and route-ways have also been designed for visually impaired people. Since its opening in 2002 it has featured some of the most celebrated national and international names in the music industry and offers at every season excellent listings of performers to satisfy even the highest demanding hears and meet the most diverse music tastes.

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Address :

Viale Pietro De Coubertin, 30 00196 Roma, Italia

Phone :

+39 06 8024 1281

Schedule :

Mon - Sat: 11:00 am - 8:00 pm Sun: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm

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Published: July  15, 2014

Auditorio Parco della Musica

The Rome Auditorium, a multi-functional complex dedicated to music and performing arts, is one of the latest additions to the already immense culture and art heritage of the Eternal City. The project, dominated by three “harmonic cases” that seem to rise above a sea of vegetation, is first of all a delight for the eye before to be considered an exceptionally conceived music venue. It is in fact an outstanding piece of modern architecture designer by internationally acclaimed Italian architect Renzo Piano. A venue removed from the busy and congestioned city centre offered the advantage of being easily accessible to a large public for parking and transports. The “City” of Music”, thus became a new urban element, built in the narrow plain that stretches from the banks of the river Tiber to the Parioli hill, located between the Olympic Village built for the 1960’s Games and the Palazzo dello Sport and Stadio Flaminio. The luxurious vegetation surrounding the venue acts as a link with the Roman quarter, bordering Villa Glori, and opens to leave space for an open-air theatre, an urban focal point that provides space for a fourth hall outdoors, designed for staging shows and concerts and able to seat around 3,000 spectators. The complex also includes a series of spaces for commercial, recreational, exhibition and study activities. The entire project meets all Italian regulations requirements for visual and motor disabilities, being provided with security exits, fire-proof elevators, safe locations and reserved seats in the concert halls. Tactile maps and route-ways have also been designed for visually impaired people. Since its opening in 2002 it has featured some of the most celebrated national and international names in the music industry and offers at every season excellent listings of performers to satisfy even the highest demanding hears and meet the most diverse music tastes.