Description: Puede consultar lista completa y precios boleteria.teatromelico.go.cr; San José, 25 de febrero del 2021. A partir del 25 de febrero y hasta el viernes 05 de marzo estará abierta la matrícula para los cursos regulares de este primer periodo del 2021 en el Taller Nacional de Danza, programa artístico del Teatro Popular Melico Salazar.
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Description: Teatro Melico Salazar (Melico Salazar Theatre) is one of the most iconic buildings of the city of San José, a must-see on your trip to Costa Rica. It was built in 1928 and, at first, it was called Raventós Theatre, name of the Spanish land buyer, who wanted that zarzuelas (Spanish operas) and operettas from that time were performed there.
4. Teatro Popular Melico Salazar (Province of San Jose ...
Description: Teatro Popular Melico Salazar. 170 Reviews. #2 of 15 Concerts & Shows in Province of San Jose. Concerts, Operas, Theaters, Performances. More. Sorry, there are no tours or activities available to book online for the date (s) you selected. Please choose a different date.
Description: Phone 2295-6032 Web site Teatro Melico Salazar Built in 1928, this 1,180-seat baroque theater is owned by the Costa Rican Ministry of Culture and houses the National Theater Company and National Dance Company.
Description: The Melico Salazar Theatre is located in San José, Costa Rica.It maintains a full schedule of concerts, recitals, and plays. While large and built in the European Baroque style, it is far simpler than the Parisian influenced Teatro Nacional one block east.. The land was bought by Jose Raventós, who dreamed of building a theatre in which to produce zarzuelas, usually comic) Spanish operettas.
9. Teatro Popular Melico Salazar - Theater in San José
Description: On the north side of Parque Central is this theatre, which was built in 1928 in a beaux-arts style. It is named after the well-known Costa Rican tenor Melico Salazar (1887–1950), who performed internationally (among other places, he sang at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City). The theater was ...