Auditorium Parco della Musica Ennio Morricone

Concert halls

The three concert halls that comprise Auditorium Parco della Musica Ennio Morricone float ideally upon a sea of foliage that opens to embrace the amphitheatre (cavea), which constitutes an urban “focus”. It is also the fourth concert hall; though open-air, it is acoustically and technically equivalent to the other three, and seats approximately 3,000 people.

Each of the three indoor concert halls – one dedicated to Santa Cecilia, patron saint of musicians; one to maestro Giuseppe Sinopoli and one to maestro Goffredo Petrassi – was conceived as a true musical instrument and is characterized by specific acoustic idiocyncracies. Besides being architectonically functional, they are structurally separated in order to facilitate acoustic isolation. Each hall is also furnished with recording equipment.

Santa Cecilia Hall

Sinopoli Hall

Sala Petrassi


Open-air concerts

The Cavea is the physical focus of the entire Auditorium project. Its double function – as both an open-air theatre seating 3,000 people, and a piazza – renders it the fulcrum of a new centrality within the complex with respect to the urban system.

Archivi & Museo

Multimedia Library

Museum of Musical Instruments

Where to find us


Auditorium Parco della Musica Ennio Morricone

The Auditorium Parco della Musica Ennio Morricone is in Rome, Viale Pietro de Coubertin, near the Palazzetto dello Sport, off Viale Tiziano. It is in the Flaminio district of Rome, by the Villaggio Olimpico and can be easily reached by public transport.


Legal headquarter
Via Vittoria 6

Currently, the Via Vittoria complex is the site of master courses, and the registered office of Accademia di Santa Cecilia.