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  • 1. Auditorium Parco della Musica

    Flaminio

    Architect Renzo Piano conceived and constructed the Auditorium Parco della Musica, a futuristic complex made up of three enormous, pod-shaped concert halls, which have hosted...Read More

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  • 2. Oratorio del Gonfalone

    Campo de' Fiori | Music

    A small concert hall with an internationally recognized series of Baroque classics, the Oratorio del Gonfalone's mid-16th century frescoed walls...Read More

  • 3. Roma Incontra il Mondo

    Parioli

    World-class headliners as well as its beautiful location in Villa Ada, a former monarch's residence, make Roma Incontra il Mondo one of Europe's most impressive...Read More

  • 4. RomaEuropa

    For six weeks in early fall, the RomaEuropa festival ignites stages and theaters as a collective, multi-venue avant-garde performing and visual arts program, showcasing international...Read More

  • 5. Teatro Argentina

    Campo de' Fiori

    A gorgeous 18th-century theater, the Teatro Argentina evokes glamour and sophistication with its velvet upholstery, large crystal chandeliers, and beautifully dressed theatergoers, who come to...Read More

  • 6. Teatro dell'Opera

    Repubblica

    Long considered a far younger sibling of La Scala in Milan and La Fenice in Venice, the company commands an audience during its mid-November–May season....Read More

  • 7. Teatro dell'Opera di Roma

    Esquilino

    Designed by Milanese architect Achille Sfondrini, Rome's opera house dates back to 1880 and is still world famous for its extraordinary acoustics. Not even these...Read More

  • 8. Accademia Filarmonica Romana

    Flaminio

    Nearly two centuries old, this is one of Rome's historic concert venues, founded in 1821, featuring both symphonic and chamber-music presentations. The garden hosts occasional...Read More

  • 9. Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia

    Flaminio

    One of the oldest conservatories in the world (founded 1585), this venue has a program of performances ranging from classical to contemporary and a lineup...Read More

  • 10. Casa del Cinema

    Villa Borghese

    Casa del Cinema is Rome's hub for all things film, with multiple screening rooms, a resource center with DVD library, laptops for private viewings, plus...Read More

  • 11. Cinema Barberini

    Piazza di Spagna

    One of the most commercial and central theaters in the city, Barberini is guaranteed to have at least one film on offer in its original...Read More

  • 12. Cinema dei Piccoli

    Villa Borghese

    This tiny quaint theater in the middle of the park has only 63 seats, and plays children's films during the day and adult new releases...Read More

  • 13. English Theatre of Rome

    Piazza Navona

    The oldest English-language theater group in town, English Theatre of Rome has a repertoire of original and celebrated plays. Performances are usually held at Teatro...Read More

  • 14. Estate Romana

    A summer-long, city-sponsored cultural series, many of these events are free and take place outdoors along the Tiber River and in piazzas all around the...Read More

  • 15. Festa del Cinema di Roma

    Flaminio

    In the fall, cinephiles head to Rome for its annual film festival, two packed weeks of cinema celebration and celebrity spotting. The festival showcases Hollywood...Read More

  • 16. Gay Village

    From the end of May through mid-September, the festival known as Gay Village hosts an outdoor mega-party held in a different central location each year....Read More

  • 17. Il Tempietto

    Jewish Ghetto

    This series of unforgettable concerts takes place throughout the year in otherwise inaccessible sites, like the 1st-century Teatro di Marcello. Music runs the gamut from...Read More

  • 18. Il Tempietto

    Jewish Ghetto

    Music festivals and intimate concerts are organized throughout the year in otherwise inaccessible sites, such as the Teatro di Marcello, the Church of San Nicola...Read More

  • 19. L'isola del Cinema

    Trastevere

    Every summer from June until September, the gorgeous open-air Cinema d'Isola di Tiberina hosts its own film festival on Tiber Island. The 450-seat Arena Groupama...Read More

  • 20. Nuovo Olimpia

    Piazza Navona

    Just off Rome's Via del Corso in the center of the city, two-screen Nuovo Olimpia is the cinema for Rome's international community, showing new-release films...Read More

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