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The Palacio de la Ópera launches its new image and the campaign “new goals, same essence” with a preview of the program.

Palacio de la Ópera > The Palacio de la Ópera launches its new image and the campaign “new goals, same essence” with a preview of the program.
  • Sés, Ara Malikian, Sergio Dalma, José Luis Perales and the Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia, among others, are part of the Palacio de la Ópera line-up for the coming months.
  • The launch of the new image coincides with the beginning of the season in which safety and commitment to culture will be the main objectives of the Palace.
  • The Palacio de la Ópera has a very demanding contingency plan that covers all the aspects referred to in the hygienic-sanitary regulations for the prevention of COVID-19.

 

The Palacio de la Ópera begins its season with the launch of a renewed image and the campaign, “New goals, same essence” in which safety and commitment to culture will focus all its activity. In the coming months, and in the absence of several confirmations, the postmodern building will host numerous shows by local and national promoters, adapting to the new capacity and security regulations. In fact, since the beginning of the pandemic, the Opera Palace has had a very demanding contingency plan that covers all the aspects referred to in the hygienic-sanitary regulations for the prevention of COVID-19.

The new campaign for the Palacio de la Ópera aims to offer a modern and resilient image, adapted to the new times, but maintaining the same spirit that fueled its construction in 1989, as the headquarters of the culture of A Coruña. Within the framework of the “New goals, same essence” campaign, a varied program has been designed to satisfy all types of audiences. In the absence of the closing of the entire program there are already some confirmations.

 

Upcoming shows

Sés, Ara Malikian, José Luis Perales, Brothers in Band and Sergio Dalma have already confirmed their presence at the Palacio de la Ópera. The Galician Symphony Orchestra already has a date for at least four concerts in the coming months, as does the Municipal Music Band of A Coruña. The Russian National Ballet will return to the city on different dates with two of its best productions, “The Nutcracker” and “Swan Lake”. In addition, the little ones will be able to enjoy the latest Pica Pica show, “Fiesta Party”. The purchase of tickets is already available on the usual sales platforms.

Next, we detail the next calls with dates:

Sunday February 28 Banda Municipal de Música de A Coruña
Sunday February 28 Banda Municipal de Música de A Coruña
Friday March 19 Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia
Sunday March 28 Banda Municipal de Música de A Coruña
Saturday April 3 Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia
Saturday April 10 Sés “Xira liberar as arterias”
Sunday April 11 Banda Municipal de Música de A Coruña
Sunday April 18 Pipa Pica “Fiesta Party”
Sunday April 25 Banda Municipal de Música de A Coruña
Sunday May 9 Banda Municipal de Música de A Coruña
Thursday 20 May Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia
Sunday May 27th Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia
Saturday June 5 Sergio Dalma “Gira 30… y tanto”
Friday June 11 Concierto Ara Malikian
Saturday June 12 Concierto Ara Malikian
Friday October 8 José Luis Perales “Baladas para una despedida”
Saturday October 23 Ballet Nacional Ruso “El lago de los cisnes”
Saturday November 13 Brothers in Band “Alchemy Dire Straits re-live“
Friday December 17 Ballet Nacional Ruso “El cascanueces”

 

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