Rome’s Parco della Musica is a vast multi-function music complex where three large concert halls, each with different capacities (2,800, 1,200, and 700 seats) are separated, yet joined at the base by a continuous lobby.
The fan shaped layout is formed around the central piazza, with lush greenery all around it.
Each of these structures, structurally separated for sound-proofing, are built of red Roman brick with lead rooves.
There is also a fourth concert hall, an open-air amphitheatre for 3,000 people.
The 2,800-seat concert hall, known as Sala Santa Cecilia, is intended for symphony concerts, with room for both an orchestra and choir. This is where David and his band will be performing. As you can see from the picture, the central stage guarantees perfect visibility, as well as natural acoustics.
If you will be in attendance on 26 March, then do let us know. We are confident that you will have a splendid time and look forward to hearing all about it.
Please note that the Mermaid Theatre competition is now closed. Winners are listed in the previous entry.