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Casa da Musica was conceived to mark 2001, the year in which Porto was Cultural Capital of Europe, and it is the first new building in Portugal to be entirely dedicated to music - to the presentation and public enjoyment of music, to music education...more
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I can’t believe that this is the house of music. People were trying to convince us that it worth the millions of dollars spent. How can music be housed in this dreadful place? There is no aesthetics whatsoever (not to mention practicality). If you want...More
We went to listen to the Porto Symphony Orchesta. It was excellent. We were so impressed that Porto is not a very big city, but the Porto Sumphony was really good. The Casa da Musica architecture was very interesting.
We had a concert here. Before the break 2 modern pieces one of a Portuguese composer Gonçalo Gato and the other of Georg Friedrich
Haas, the last with violinist Miranda Cuckson.
After the break the third symphony by Anton Bruckner.
The 2 modern pieces, you...More
Adverts lead you to believe that there is a lot to see in the Casa da Musica but in actual fact, unless you are part of a guided tour you see very little - just the cafe at the entrance which we thought pretty awful,...More
The guided tour of this attraction is realy interesting. Both from the historical and artistic point of view. This auditorium is unique because the main hall is illuminated by natural light, too. I suggest you to buy ticket combined with the servelade museum of contemporary...More