Teatro de la Maestranza

Teatro de la Maestranza
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Seville's Maestranza Theatre was inaugurated by Her Majesty the Queen on 2 May 1991 and offers international performances. It was designed by the architects Luis Marín de Terán and Aurelio del Pozo, but the building was baptised the “Magefesa” by the people of Seville, because of the similarity of its appearance to a pressure cooker of that name caused by its 47 metre dome.

Holding over 1,800 people, it has one of the largest stages in Europe. The Maestranza Theatre is also the home of the Seville Royal Symphony Orchestra (ROSS). For more than 25 years it has been offering the Orchestra's regular season, leading the cultural programe in Andalusia. It belongs to the elite group of internationally renowned opera houses in Spain. It offers a range of performances, including opera, dance, symphony orchestra concerts, soloist recitals, international stars, flamenco and chamber music, which is very popular with the public and acclaimed by specialist critics.

Its location in a fantastic setting in historic Seville, its exceptional technical characteristics, the quality and variety of its programme and, above all, the enthusiastic response of the public, have made this theatre into the most important stage in southern Spain in just a few years.

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Teatro de la Maestranza
Paseo de Cristóbal Colón, 22, 41001
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