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"Ennio Morricone" Music Park Auditorium
The Parco della Musica Auditorium is a multifunctional complex in Rome designed by Renzo Piano and built to host musical and cultural events of various types.

Other rooms or locations

Sala Petrassi (673 seats), Sala Sinopoli (1,133 seats), Sala Santa Cecilia (2,744 seats)


The Musica per Roma Foundation has some resident ensembles dedicated to different musical genres:
the OPI Italian Popular Orchestra
the PMCE Parco della Musica Contemporanea Ensemble
the ONJGT National Jazz Orchestra for young talents
the Jazz Campus Orchestra
Auditorium Band

It was inaugurated on April 21, 2002 with the opening of the Sinopoli Hall; on 21 December of the same year the rest of the complex was opened and the Great Hall (dedicated to Santa Cecilia) was inaugurated, with a concert by the Orchestra of the National Academy of Santa Cecilia conducted by Chung Myung-whun.
In 2020, following a motion by the municipality of Rome, the naming of the Auditorium after Ennio Morricone was proposed.
The new auditorium in Rome is one of the pride of the city administration. More than sixty years after the demolition of the Augusteo room, the capital has found a room designed specifically for classical music.
Renzo Piano, winner of the 1993 invited competition, worked in synergy with Jürgen Reinhold of the Müller-BBM studio in Munich, who took care to equip the three rooms with optimal acoustics, and with the landscape architect Franco Zagari who took care of urban planning and outdoor spaces.

"Ennio Morricone" Music Park Auditorium


Resident foundations:
Musica per Roma Foundation
National Academy of Santa Cecilia
Cinema Foundation for Rome
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