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São Pedro theatre is an architectural jewel located downtown Porto Alegre. Its acoustics is excellent and thanks to the efforts of Eva Sopher, it is fully functioning with the same beauty of those times of yore.
This place is history live. Founded in 18th century is well kept. Total capacity is low. Around 600 seats. Good acoustics. Appreciated to watch my daughter presenting her ballet act during the international dance festival this year. People all around the globe were there. Comments...More
This is a MUST-DO while in Porto Alegre. It is not only iconic, but it offers a superb experience for musical performances, from instrumental orchestra to musicals. The acoustics of this theater is widely known and recognized. The seating arrangement is also good, no mater...More
After visiting the cathedral, we went to the San Pedro theater, to which we could not go inside, due to a private concert, they informed us that they had a guided tour throughout the day and frequent concerts and operas .beautiful architecture of the mid-19th...More
Went to watch a play: Master Class at the San Pedro Theater, Porto Alegre. The Venue is a 160+ years building very well preserved. Chairs might need maintenance, but you can see the neo-classic architectural piece intact.
The Play Master Class has a simple scenography...More
It is a cultural visiting: an old theater where. Takes place concerts usually classic music . There is a nice bistro where ones can enjoy during a visit to historic downtown Poa.it was completely restored with original appearance from 19 century.
The theater is small inside, but very confortable and cozy place. It's very beautiful with hot collors on the chairs and all inside. All the the places are close to stage and you can watch better the performance of the actors, including their phisiognomy. At...More
Founded in 1858, artists as Rubinstein and Villa-Lobos have performed here, and still today it is a place for high Music and Drama. It's a jewel neoclassic building, with its interior ornamented with delicate art representing native birds and flora.
There you can attend from...More