##Les Arts received more than 8,000 visitors on its XII Open Day this Sunday.

The public toured the most emblematic spaces of the building from 11 am to 5 pm

Two recitals at the Teatre Martín i Soler and a concert at the Auditori complemented the offer of the day

The Palau de les Arts has received today (September 15th) more than 8,000 people, including visitors and spectators, to enjoy the XII Open Day, an initiative that marks the beginning of the artistic activity in the theatre.

From 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., the public has been able to tour the different theatre halls: the Main Hall, the Auditorium, the Martín i Soler Theatre and the Master Classroom, as well as discovering some of the most significant spaces such as the gardens of the Terrasses de les Palmeres, 17 metres high, or the Balcó de la Mar, which offers views of the entire City of Arts and Sciences.

Likewise, the Palau de Les Arts has arranged a cafeteria service in the Espai Los Toros, located on the eleventh floor of the building, as well as a ticket office.

For their part, the artists of the Centro Plácido Domingo and the Orchestra of the Valencian Community have completed the offer of the day with three free shows.

Teatre Martín i Soler  hosted a morning and evening session of a recital, in which the new promotion of young artists has offered both arias from the great operatic repertoire and popular, traditional or representative songs from each of their countries of origin.


Report by 24/7 Valencia team


Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía, Fundació de la Comunitat Valenciana
Av. del Professor López Piñero (Historiador de la Medicina), 1 – 46013 València
Tel: (+34) 961975848
Fax: (+34) 963952201



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