Palau De Les Arts Reina Sofia is an opera house and cultural center in Valencia, Spain. It was opened on 8 October 2005. An opera house is a theatre building used for opera performances that consist of a stage, an orchestra pit, audience seating, and backstage facilities for costumes and set building. A remarkable building, designed by the Valencian architect Santiago Calatrava, dedicated to promoting the performing arts.
The maximum capacity of the Theatre is rather low; nevertheless, it is a very comfortable theatre. If you visit a Spanish country then an Opera House is a breathtaking theatre and don’t forget to miss the festival held from April to June. With an extension of 55,000 square meters, the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia will become one of the finest international venues for theatre.
From an architectural point of view; the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía is equally inspiring. Remarkable in size and silhouette, coupled with state-of-the-art equipment and an exciting program, it is certain to swiftly find a place for itself among the mythical opera houses of the world. Opera houses like those in London, Vienna, Sydney, and Milan.
The Opera house is measuring more than 70 meters in height, and is divided into four separate halls; all are well equipped with the latest technological advances conceived to stage all kinds of opera, musical and theatrical performances. However; the main Hall is at the heart of the building, both formally and structurally speaking.
Designed to seat over 1800, it will be used for opera, zarzuela, classical ballet, contemporary dance, symphonic music, musicals, and theatre. If the architecture of the new opera house in Valencia is outstanding, the quality of its programming is no less impressive.
Palau De Les Arts Reina Sofia
Palau De Les Arts Reina Sofia
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