At the beginning of 1720, the young Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart gave a memorable concert here. Today the theatre is a venue for concerts, music contests, and conferences.
Completely stunning and well worth the 3 euro entry fee. Such a calm and beautiful space. Limited access to the upper tiers but didn’t detract.
Really disappointed that owing to a three day conference on diabetes taking place inside, we could not visit the theatre during the available time we had. The tourist information office did not explain this when we bought our Mantova Card (but it was still good value).
It blows your mind! Many famous musicians wanted to perform in this theater back in time and I guess also on the modern days. Imagine how can an artist feel playing in a Teatro like that...!
The theatre is a delight! You are instantly transported to previous to the 17th or 18th hundreds and can imagine the local noble and towns people in their robes in the seats. The acoustics is excellent. And even in mid-August we were almost alone in it, so one of our group could…