The Teatro Colón of Buenos Aires, inaugurated in 1908 and designed by architects Francesco Tamburini, Vittorio Meano and Jules Dormal, has a capacity for 2487 seated spectators and is considered as much for its acoustics as for its architecture, one of the most important theaters in the world.
The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, inaugurated in 2001 and designed by architect Rafael Viñoly, is the main theater in Philadelphia, United States and houses the Verizon Hall as a concert hall for 2547 spectators and the Perelman Hall as a multipurpose room, with capacity for 650 spectators.
The Eastman Theater, opened in 1922 as a center for music, dance and visual arts, with its Kodak Hall main hall, contains a capacity for 2260 spectators and is the main theater of the Eastman School of Music at the University of Rochester.
The Teatro del Lago in Frutillar, Chile, inaugurated in 2010 and initially designed by the architects Gerardo Köster, Gustavo Greene in a first stage; and by the architects Bernd Haller, Cristián Valdés, Pablo Cordua and Andrés Alvear, in a second stage, stands out for being the southernmost international theater in the world with one of the best acoustics in the country.
The City of Arts and Sciences, a cultural and entertainment architectural complex inaugurated in 1998 and designed by engineer Santiago Calatrava and architect Felix Candela, is one of the most important modern art buildings in the world. Its opera house in Valencia, the Reina Sofía Palace of the Arts, was inaugurated in 2005 and has a capacity for 1481 people in its main hall.
The Tronador Theater, between nostalgia and the dream of a new splendor. The room through which Olmedo, Porcel and Susana Giménez passed is being remodeled. There will operate a school of the Teatro Colón.
Heritage restoration with cutting-edge technology. The enhancement and equipment of the historic building that houses the Coliseo Theater. The advanced stage house and its smart floors.
The ballet school of Santiago, brand new. How was the restoration and remodeling of the building Moneda 759, where the ballet school of the Municipal Theater of the Chilean capital works.