Teatro Degli Arcimboldi
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Teatro Degli Arcimboldi
Teatro degli Arcimboldi (2009)

The Teatro degli Arcimboldi is a theatre and opera house in Milan. It was built over a 27-month period in anticipation of the closure and subsequent nearly three-year-long renovation of Milan's La Scala opera house in December 2001. It is located 4.5 miles from the city centre in a converted Pirelli tire factory, in an area known as Bicocca.[1]

Designed by Vittorio Gregotti in collaboration with Mario Botta and Elisabetta Fabbri, the fan-shaped, two-level, 2,375-seat auditorium was inaugurated with a performance of Verdi's La traviata on 19 January 2002, and went on to allow the continuation of La Scala's 2001/2002 opera season. Following La Scala reopening on 7 December 2004, Teatro degli Arcimboldi expanded its program, hosting performances of jazz, classical and pop music.

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  • Beauvert, Thierry, Opera Houses of the World, New York: The Vendome Press, 1995
  • Lynn, Karyl Charna, Italian Opera Houses and Festivals, Lanham, Maryland: The Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2005. ISBN 0-8108-5359-0
  • Plantamura, Carol, The Opera Lover's Guide to Europe, Secaucus, New Jersey: Carol Publishing Group/Citadel Press, 1996, ISBN 0-8065-1842-1

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Coordinates: 45°30?51.43?N 9°12?50.13?E / 45.5142861°N 9.2139250°E / 45.5142861; 9.2139250


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