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Auditorium Parco della Musica (Sala Santa Cecilia)

Projected by Renzo Piano, this impressive architectural complex with its disquieting and rare beauty was inaugurated in 2002, asserting itself as a prominent reference point for the lyrical scene in Rome, mostly due to its rich and diverse programme. The building also hosts the legendary Orchestra Sinfonica dell'Accademia di Santa Cecilia.

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The Parco della Musica Auditorium in Rome always offers exciting concerts organized by the Orchestra dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia.

Orchestra nazionale di Santa Cecilia gives a long series of concerts in Parco della Musica. Sir Antonio Pappano, Permanent Director since October 2005, worked with many stars of classical music such as Ana Netrebko on a programme revisiting a number of fragments taken from Verdi’s and Shostakovich’s Macbeth.


Being the Director of the London Opera House as well, Pappano’s remarkable influence always grants the presence in Rome of many important names belonging to the lyrical word. In February Anja Harteros, Jonas Kaufman, Ambrogio Maestri ....


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Designed by architect Renzo Piano, this complex dedicated to classical music consists of three concert halls, an open-air theatre, two rehearsal rooms, a museum of musical instruments and an exhibition of archaeological remains.


From 2002 Academy of Santa Cecilia’s concerts are held in the Auditorium Parco della Musica.


The National Academy of Santa Cecilia is one of the world’s oldest music institutes. Having started as an association in Rome in 1566, it was formalized by Pope Gregory XIII in 1585 as a “congregation of musicians under the protection of the Holy Virgin and Saints Gregory and Cecilia”, and later became an academy. Admittance was strictly for master composers, organists, singers and instrumentalists having the required qualifications. The institute remains an association, members comprise 70 full academicians (italian) and 30 honorary academicians (non-italian). The President is now Bruno Cagli. Even if the institute’s objectives have changed over the years, the ultimate purpose has always been the promotion and growth of the art of music. February 2, 1895-date the inauguration of the concert hall in via dei Greci – marked the beginning of regular performances, and these were further boosted with the establishment of the Orchestra and Choir in 1908. The Santa Cecilia Orchestra was the first in Italy exclusively dedicated to the symphonic genre.


Until 1936, concerts were held at the Augusteo (a theatre later demolished by Mussolini) then at Teatro Adriano, Teatro Argentina and, since 1958, at the Auditorium in via della Conciliazione and now at  the Auditorium Parco della Musica