Orchestra Room

The Orchestra Room, also known as the Manuel de Falla room, has wood panelling, and the curved surface of the space allows for the musical notes to resonate with the best acoustics possible. Large wooden umbrella-like structures unfold to light up the room and refine the acoustics, creating a unique and welcoming space that gives a glimpse of the old part of Madrid through the colonnade of the opera house.
The privileged location of the Manuel de Falla room, which was previously reserved for the best orchestras in the world to practice in, and the beauty of the unique architectural design, mean that this space is an exclusive location for even the most discerning hosts.

Main features

  • Area: 300m2
  • Height: 12m
  • Capacity
    • 200 people seated at round tables
    • 300 standing
    • 200 people when set up
  • Usos: award ceremonies, dinners, lunches, presentations, recitals

Services included

  • Opening the entrances at Calle Carlos III or Calle Felipe V
  • Option of opening the main entrance on Plaza de Oriente
  • Staff
  • Cloakroom
  • Security
  • Cleaning

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