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I viewed Otelo by Verdi for about 50.00. Whee can you see a three hour opera for that much. It was in Italian with subtitles in Spanish above stage. I went in not knowing what I was seeing and loved both the show and the...More
Artists and workers keep up the level of this estate-run theatre with their excellent performances of ballet, opera, concerts and exhibitions. the orchestra Conductor, Mr Vieu, is outstanding.
sadly, the building is not well kept. on the exterior, the walls and windows have been most...More
Amazing building, check for current shows and experience an amazing piece of art for a few bucks. The brutalist architecture is worth seeing outside and inside. The Ginastera Hall is absolutely amazing, the materials, the seats and the overall distribution. The Café was extremely basic...More
It is rather new, opened in 2000. It has two Halls Ginastera, the largest and Piazzolla. Bearing the
names of well known argentine composers Alberto Ginastera and Astor Piazzolla. Season starts
by mid-march and goes up to december. It offers Symphonic music, Ballet and Opera...More