- Its annual programme offers you the chance to enjoy the best in classical music performed by top national and international orchestras. There's room for 2780 spectators in its two concert halls and the building acts as headquarters to both the national orchestra and its youth section. Before it was built in 1988, these classical music concerts took place in the Teatro Real, which is now dedicated solely to opera. Admission charges vary.
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