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Teatro Alfieri di Torino
The building, in the nineteenth-century piazza Solferino was built during the years 1855-1858, to the architect Barnaba Panizza’s design. Destroyed a number of times by fire, it was always rebuilt maintaining the original structure.
Teatro Carignano di Torino
The Teatro Carignano, Torino’s only eighteenth century theatre, and Palazzo Carignano, an elegant example of Piemontese baroque architecture, seem to admire each other from opposite sides of the same square.
Teatro Coccia di Novara
Built to a design by Giuseppe Oliverio, after the demolition of the Teatro Morelli, which had become too small and no longer satisfied the town’s requirements, the theatre was opened in 1888 by the young Arturo Toscanini.
Teatro Milanollo di Savigliano
Dedicated in 1899 to the sisters from Savigliano Maria and Teresa Milanollo, famous violinists of the last century, designed by the architect Maurizio Eula and completed in 1836, the Civico Teatro Milanollo has been described as “a delicate miniature of Torino’s Carignano”.
Teatro Regio di Torino
Over the centuries, the Teatro Regio has changed names several times: Teatro Nazionale in 1798, Grand Théâtre des Arts in 1801 and Théâtre Impérial in 1804. Commissioned in 1730 by Carlo Emanuele III to the architect Filippo Juvarra, replaced upon his death by ...
Teatro Toselli di Cuneo
The first public theatre in Cuneo came about in a highly unusual way. With 200 lire a year, the Municipal Council, in partnership with thirty-nine townspeople, rented the church annexed to the Monastery of the Cappuccini.
Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi di Torino
The Conservatorio Statale di Musica di Torino was built in 1936, when the Istituto Musicale “Giuseppe Verdi”, established in 1866, was transformed into the Regio Conservatorio di Musica “Giuseppe Verdi”.
Piccolo Regio Giacomo Puccini di Torino
Almost hidden – but visible from its two entrances in the Galleria Francesco Tamagno – the Piccolo Regio, named after Giacomo Puccini as part of the events for the 100-year anniversary of La Bohème, has been, for a long time, the experimentation...
Teatro Alfieri di Asti
Designed by Domenico Svanascini, the Alfieri was destined to replace the Teatro Vecchio, demolished following the construction of this grand structure. Opened in 1860, the new theatre fulfilled the functions of Civic Theatre for over a century.
Teatro Carlo Marenco di Ceva
The Teatro Marenco, with its 48 boxes, its stalls and gallery, is endowed with exceptional acoustics. In 2007, the building underwent further, important restoration, with the aim of restoring it to the splendour of times gone by...