We thoroughly enjoyed our visit and symphony performance at the Teatro Peon Contreras. A lovely house, very airy with a large, open terrace for intermission. We purchased tickets online before we left the states, good thing we did as it was a packed house and sold-out performance of Smetana's The Moldau, Mozart's Bassoon Concerto and Dvorak's New World Symphony #9.
My husband, a collector of operatic recordings, was pleased to see , among others, a portrait of the great tenor, Nicholas Urcelay hanging in the main hall. Adjacent to the opera house is a nice cafe with both indoor and outdoor seating. Overall a wonderful way to spend the afternoon.
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