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It is the star of the city , the corner of the actors, actresses and theater of Cordoba. Where the audience and the most wonderful works transform each other, to generate new experiences.The Teatro del Libertador San Martín is an icon of the city.This work of art has accompanied us the people of Cordoba for more than 120 years .
This Theatre was inaugurated on 26 April 1891 , with performances spanning different artistic disciplines. Music, performance and poetry would welcome you to this place that was transformed into a Cordovan emblem. This public work was planned by renowned Italian architect and engineer Francisco Tamburini. That is why, at present, the main hall is named after him . The style of this magnificent place is marked by the nationality of its designer. With Italianizing and eclectic touches , its beauty is unique . It is characterized by the decorative use of columns, semicircular arches, cushions, and sculptures brought from Europe. A custom for the moment that arose and that is still in force today .
Its stage, its boxes, its beauty made it declared a National Historical Monument by the National Executive Branch through a decree, back in 1991. From that moment on, it became the hostel of the provincial elencos that would delight us with their performances throughout history. For example, the Symphony Band of the Province, the Symphony Orchestra of Córdoba and the Official Ballet of the Province. Also the Chamber Choir of Córdoba, the Polyphonic Choir of Córdoba and the Provincial Orchestra of Citizen Music. These artistic groups share with Cordoba and visitors their open essays and must-see numbers. In addition to representing our province at the national level.
Currently, the Teatro del Libertador is considered one of the best acoustics theatres in the country . Over time he was undergoing transformations and remodeling that made him what he is today. Along with these renovations, he also changed his name.
Its original name was Teatro Rivera Indarte.However , at the end of the 19th and early 20th centuries it was popularly known as “Teatro Nuevo” or “Teatro de la calle ancha”.The wide street that would later have the name of Vélez Sarsfield Avenue . In 1950 it was renamed by President Juan Domingo Perón, to become known as Teatro del Libertador San Martín, on the occasion of the centenary of the death of the Liberator .After the 1955 coup d'état, it returned to its original name . But finally, in 1973, he recovered fact that he retains to this day.
His name is not accidental. San Martín is the Latin American and national leader who gave us freedom. And this Theatre, precisely, is dedicated to giving us the most free and unique experiences.He manages to abstract us from the urban dynamics and takes us to walk with the stories that his scenario tells us .
Address: Av. Vélez Sarsfield 365, Córdoba Capital
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday from 9:00 to 21:00 and Sunday from 17:00 to 20:00.
Publication Date: 04/09/2020
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