The open-air Cavea, named after the great Luciano Berio, represents the heart of the entire complex. It has a double function: a square, a meeting point and an amphitheatre for open-air shows. Made of travertine, it is semi-circular and is divided into two different parts: the paving lower one, the real square that leads to the foyer, and the upper one with steps for the audience. It accommodates more than 3,000 people. The three buildings, as some sort of “sound boxes” hosting the three main halls, overlook the Cavea.
A theatre-square in travertine marble - a typical Roman stone - is the most versatile space in the complex, since it has two different functions: an exhibition space with an area of 560 sqm, ideal for presenting new products, and an arena that can accommodate 2,707 people, 2,144 in the upper section and 563 in stalls. When the show Luglio Suona Bene takes place, there are 969 seats in stalls and e 2,202 in galleries. The semi-elliptical configuration on two tiers exploits the natural 10-m difference in level to provide acoustics of unparalleled perfection. The Cavea (amphitheatre) is the chameleonic space par excellence: one day it can host the red carpet parade of stars at the Rome International Film Festival, and the next it becomes the great stage of the music show Luglio Suona Bene.
2,707 (2,144 in upper section, 563 in lower section)
In the case of the show Luglio Suona Bene, temporary structures can be set up (additional galleries).
Seats for the disabled:14 in lower section
Overall dimension of the arena: 3,656 sqm
Lower Cavea: flat 417 sqm, sloping 415 sqm, steps 370 sqm, under upper canopy 380 sqm, boulevard 670 sqm.
Upper Cavea: 1,404 sqm
Stage area: variable
Number of entrances:
Access from the main gates and from the Hanging Gardens
Lifts: 2 in the corridor
electric power 200 Kw
2 sockets 125 AMP 380
2 sockets 63 AMP 380
2 sockets 32 AMP 380
Optional LAN network (internet-intranet)
Optional equipment: stage, ice rink
Catering: 2,000 (buffet)
The Fondazione Musica per Roma was established in 2004 after changing the original business name of public limited company that was founded in 1999. The Musica per Roma Foundation manages the Auditorium Parco della Musica. The large structure designed by Renzo Piano has established itself as an extraordinary "culture factory". Musica per Roma Foundation promotes its development through a rich and varied music programming, film premieres, theatre performances, art exhibitions, literary festivals, major events and exhibitions as well as congresses, conferences, and institutional meetings.
The Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia is one of the oldest musical institutions in the world. Officially founded in 1585, it has evolved over the centuries from an organization of largely "local" musicians to a modern academy and symphonic concert organization of international repute. Uniting an academic body of 100 of the most illustrious exponents of culture and music with a symphonic orchestra and chorus that are among the most internationally renowned, the Accademia carries out professional musical training and conserves an extremely rich historical patrimony, thus reflecting its own multi-century history.
The Fondazione Cinema per Roma was established in February 2007 to promote cinema at a local, national and international level. Always committed to revitalize and support the audiovisual industry in Rome and the Lazio region with an artistic and industrial approach, it supports the dissemination of film culture among audiences, especially young people.
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