Teatro all’italiana, con tre ordini di palchi (capitelli dorico, jonico composito e attico) e in aggiunta due ordini superiori (quart’ordine a tribuna e il quinto a loggione).
The Teatro Sociale (originally known as Teatro della Società) was inaugurated for the Carnival season of 1809. Built by a group of Bergamo nobles, it was designed by Leopoldo Pollack, one of Piermarini’s students, according to the Italian theatre model with tiers of boxes and oval-shaped parterre.
For over 100 years the Teatro Grande in Brescia has been a national monument. The greatest opera singers and the most famous Italian and international artists have been welcomed within its rooms – the lavish Sala Grande, the 18th century Ridotto and the Sala delle Statue. The Teatro Grande is famous throughout the world for […]
Teatro Sociale was founded in 1813, the year Giuseppe Verdi and Richard Wagner were born. The curtain went up for the first time on the evening of 28 August 1813, on Antonio Fonseca Portugal’s Adriano in Siria and Giuseppe Mosca’s I Pretendenti Delusi.
Cremona’s first public theatre was founded by Giovanni Battista Zaist in 1747 on the site of the present Ponchielli. Its completely wooden structure was destroyed by a fire in 1806 and in 1824. Its immediate restoration was approved by Faustino Rodi and Luigi Voghera.