AUDITORIUM PARCO DELLA MUSICA
The Auditorium Parco della Musica is a living and vibrant centre of culture, a place to be experienced!
Designed by the arch star Renzo Piano, and delivered to the city on 21 December 2002, the Auditorium Parco della Musica of Rome is a large multi-purpose complex that welcomes all genres and artistic expressions to meet the demands of an increasingly vast and demanding public.
The three main halls, Santa Cecilia, Sinopoli, and Petrassi, are real „harmonic chests“, gigantic musical instruments surrounded by a 30 thousand square meter hanging park enclosed between the banks of the Tiber river, the hill of the Parioli district, and the Olympic village.
All the colors and materials with which the Auditorium is built with recall Roman architectural tradition, from white travertine to red bricks, to the lead-gray of the most famous domes such as the Pantheon. Continuity between past and present that, in the Auditorium, coexist in perfect harmony.