Emblem of the performing arts
The grandeur of its architecture, designed by the Valencian Santiago Calatrava, together with its comprehensive technological facilities, make it a world landmark for the most prestigious circuits of theatre, opera, and musicals.
The Palau de les Arts contains 4 halls:
Main Room: with capacity for more than 1,400 spectators. Designed as an opera venue but easily converted into a stage for ballet and other performing arts.
Master Room: with a 400-person capacity, this is specially designed for live performances by small musical groups.
Auditorium: with capacity for more than 1,400 spectators.
Martín y Soler Theatre: located in the building dedicated to the Applied Arts, adjacent to the Palace and with capacity for 400 spectators, this is where the Centre de Perfeccionament will be located.
The building has facilities for teaching and other arts and culture-related activities.
It also has landscaped greenspace covering 87,000 square metres.