• Auditorio Nacional de Música, © ANM

Auditorio Nacional de Música

Madrid, Spain

The Auditorio Nacional de Música (National Auditorium of Music) is a complex of concert venues and the main concert hall in Madrid's metropolitan area. It comprises of two main concert rooms: a symphonic hall and a chamber music hall. The Auditorio Nacional is the main venue for guest orchestras performing in Madrid.

Before the construction of the Auditorio, Madrid did not have a proper modern concert hall, and symphonic concerts usually took place at the Teatro Real and other theatres in Madrid. The building was designed by the architect José María García de Paredes, built as part of the Programa Nacional de Auditorios (National Auditoriums Program). The Auditorio Nacional was inaugurated on October 21, 1988.

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Auditorio Nacional de Música
Príncipe de Vergara, 146
28002 Madrid
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1, 9, 16, 19, 29, 51, 52 and 73

Cruz del Rayo (line 9)
Prosperidad (line 4)

Public parking
Plaza de Rodolfo y Ernesto Halffter
(entrance by C/ Suero de Quiñones)

Museo de la Ciudad
(C/ Príncipe de Vergara, 140)

Seating Information

Main Hall, 2 Seats

Symphonic Hall , 500 Seats


Elevator: Yes
Handicap toilet: Yes
Air conditioned: Yes