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|SevilleTheatres: There are theatres in Seville dedicated to the classics, such as the Teatro Lope de Vega, theatres specialising in new movements, like the Teatro Central, and children's theatres, like the Teatro de la Alameda. Of the private theatres, there is the Teatro Imperial and, for alternative productions, there are the Sala La Imperdible, the Sala Cero, and the Sala Talía. |
Ancient Music Festival, in March at the Lope de Vega Theatre in Seville, the Alcázar and some churches of the historic city centre.
Festival of New Spanish Music in Seville, also in March, organized by the University at the assembly room of the Polytechnic School.
International Festival of Movie Soundtracks in Seville, in May, at the theatre of La Maestranza, with concerts of sound tracks accompanied by projections of movies.
Spring Festival, in June, organized by the Juventudes Musicales (Young musicians) at the assembly hall of the Real Maestranza de Caballería, with concerts and recitals of chamber music.
Itálica Dance Festival, in July and August at the Theatre of La Maestranza, with the participation of important international figures.
Opera Season, throughout the year at the Theatre of Ia Maestranza.
Open-air Opera Festival, in September at the Auditorium of La Cartuja.
Flamenco Biennial. Gathers the most important representatives of this art and is considered to be the world's most important event of its kind.
Jazz Festival, in February and March, at the Theatre of La Maestranza.
During the rest of the year, the Theatre of La Maestranza holds concerts of the Sevilla Symphonic Orchestra nearly every Thursday and Friday, as well as a large number of performances by important foreign orchestras.
Pop and rock music are performed at the Auditorium of La Cartuja, in the theme park.
Auditorio de La Cartuja (Auditorium of La Cartuja).
Isla de la Cartuja. Buses: C-1, C-2, C-3, C-4. Phone. 95.446.47.48.
Sala Apolo. Bustos Taverast, 11.
Buses: 10, 11, 12, 15, 20, 24, 27, 32. Phone. 95.421.75.79.
TEATRO DE LA MAESTRANZA
Paseo de Colón, 22
Phone: 95.422.65.73 Fax: 95.422.65.73
Buses: C-3, C-4, 5, 41, 40, 42.
A splendid venue opened in 1992, one of the best opera houses in Spain. Regular seasons yearly.
TEATRO LOPE DE VEGA
Avda. María Luisa, s/n
The Teatro Lope de Vega is the hub of theatre programming in Sevilla, staging performances by the most important national theatre companies.
Isla de la Cartuja.
The Teatro Central represents new genres of theatre.
TEATRO MUNICIPAL ALAMEDA
The Teatro Municipal Alameda gathers independent groups. It hosts, in May, the Puppets and Marionettes Festival, as well as theatre series for children.
Calle Sierpes, 25.
The Teatro Imperial puts on works by Spanish authors and performances of Spanish Song
Theatres: There are theatres dedicated to the classics, such as the Teatro Lope de Vega, theatres specialising in new movements, like the Teatro Central, and children's theatres, like the Teatro de la Alameda. Of the private theatres, there is the Teatro Imperial and, for alternative productions, there are the Sala La Imperdible, the Sala Cero, and the Sala Talía.
Teatro Lope de Vega
Avenida María Luisa, Sevilla, 41013
Phone: +34 954590853
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Teatro Central Calle De Jose de Gálvez, Isla de la Cartuja, Sevilla, 41092
Fax: +34 955037225
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Alameda de Hercules, Sevilla, 41002
Phone: +34 954915762
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Calle Sierpes 25, Sevilla, 41004
Phone: +34 954226878
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Plaza de San Antonio de Padua 9, Sevilla, 41002
Phone: +34 95 438 8219
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