Casa da musica oporto

casa da musica oporto

What is the Casa da Música doing in Porto?

In September 2008, the Casa da Música hosted the Orquestra Nacional do Porto, which took part in exploratory public presentations in which music was captured alongside the musicians and conductors expressive gestures.

What are the coordinates of Casa da Música?

/  41.15861°N 8.63083°W  / 41.15861; -8.63083 The Casa da Música is a concert hall in Porto, Portugal. It was designed by architect Rem Koolhaas and opened in 2005.

What does Casa da Música stand for?

Casa da Música (Foz do Douro, Porto) The Casa da Música (literally the House of Music) is a Portuguese concert hall in civil parish of Cedofeita, Santo Ildefonso, Sé, Miragaia, São Nicolau e Vitória, in the municipality of Porto, in northern Portugal.

What is orquestra Barroca Casa da Música?

Orquestra Barroca Casa da Música was formed in 2006 to perform Baroque music from a historically-informed perspective. Coro Casa da Música gave its first concert in 2009 under the direction of Paul Hillier, its principal conductor.

What is the Casa da Musica?

Casa da Musica was conceived to mark 2001, the year in which Porto was Cultural Capital of Europe, and it is the first new building in Portugal to be entirely dedicated to music - to the presentation and public enjoyment of music, to music education and to the creation of music.

When was Casa da Musica in Porto built?

Ground was broken in 1999 at the old tram terminus station in Boavista roundabout (Rotunda da Boavista), and Casa da Musica was inaugurated on 15 April 2005. On 1 September 1998, the Ministro da Cultura (Ministry of Culture) announced the construction of Casa da Música, during the ambit of Portos 2001 tenure as the European Capital of Culture.

What is the purpose of the Porto Music Centre?

Designed to mark the festive year of 2001 in which the city of Porto was designated European Capital of Culture, it was the first building in Portugal aimed from its conception to be exclusively dedicated to music, either in public performances or in the field of artistic training and creation.

What is the Orquestra de Porto?

The building, designed by Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas, in association with the Porto Office of Metropolitan Architecture, also houses the cultural institution Casa da Música Foundation, and three orchestras: Orquestra Nacional do Porto (Porto National Orchestra), Orquestra Barroca (Baroque Orchestra) and Remix Ensemble.

What is a Casa da Musica?

Casa da Musica is visually and spatially defined by its striking faceted exterior from which its conventional interior spaces have been extracted. The buildings 400mm thick faceted shell and the two 1m thick walls of the main auditorium are the buildings primary load carrying and stability system.

Where is the Casa da Música station in Lisbon?

The architect of the station is Eduardo Souto de Moura. It is located in Boavista between Carolina Michaëlis and Francos and named after Casa da Música, located nearby. The station serves Lines A, B, C, E and F.

When was Casa da Musica in Porto built?

Ground was broken in 1999 at the old tram terminus station in Boavista roundabout (Rotunda da Boavista), and Casa da Musica was inaugurated on 15 April 2005. On 1 September 1998, the Ministro da Cultura (Ministry of Culture) announced the construction of Casa da Música, during the ambit of Portos 2001 tenure as the European Capital of Culture.

Where are the blue tiles at Casa da Música made?

There are a lot of Portuguese secrets at Casa da Música . Nonetheless, as Porto and Rotterdam, in the Netherlands were both European capitals of Culture in 2001, and the architect Rem Kolhaas is Dutch, the blue tiles were manufactured in Portugal but using the colour Delft blue.

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