The Auditorium Parco della Musica Ennio Morricone is an efficient, modern complex close to the centre of Rome, that owes its design to the inspired genius of architect Renzo Piano. Covering an area of over 90,000 square metres near Villa Glori park, it is the largest multi-purpose complex in Europe and one of the ten largest in the world. It embraces all the wide range of genres and artistic expressions necessary to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse and ever more demanding public.
This modern site is designed to be “a city within a city”, able to accommodate thousands of visitors every day with concerts of all musical genres, jazz evenings, cinema previews, fashion shows, theatre, dance, literature, exhibitions and conventions. The complex has been Rome’s pride and glory ever since its inauguration, in December 2002.
Over the years, the Auditorium Parco della Musica Ennio Morricone has become acclaimed not only as one of the world’s leading cultural centres, but also as one of the most important venues at an international level for organizing large conferences. The site hosts conventions, fashion shows, gastronomic events, film sets and seminars. The modernity and versatility of the areas within the complex, in this unique architectural setting, together with the numerous support services it provides to the concert halls and event planners and the quality and professionalism of its technical staff make it the ideal location to guarantee the prestige of any meeting or conference. With a unique extra: the possibility to offer its guests entertainment at the highest level.
The catering area extends along all the foyers.
The exhibition area includes both external and internal spaces.
External Exhibition Area 1,000 square metres.
Internal Exhibition Area 3,000 square metres.