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Internationally recognized, Sala São Paulo completes 20 years

Concert house is internationally recognized thanks to acoustic quality and architectural beauty

The São Paulo Room completes two decades of existence this year. A must for music lovers, the show house, located in the heart of the capital of São Paulo, is internationally recognized.

According to the list of WQXR, New York radio specializing in classical music, Sala São Paulo is among the most beautiful concert halls in the world. The British newspaper The Guardian listed it as one of the ten best-acoustic musical venues.

Since its inauguration in July 1999, until today, the São Paulo Room's presentation seasons bring renowned musicians from Brazil and the world, some of them with affordable prices. In addition, you can watch free concerts on almost every Sunday. Check out the full schedule at this link .

The House

Different aspects make Sala São Paulo a true cultural heritage, starting with acoustic quality. The São Paulo Room was equipped with the most modern technologies, among them a retractable ceiling. It is made up of movable boards that can be lowered or raised to adjust the sound quality, according to the type of music being played.

The history and construction also deserve highlights. Its architectural sumptuousness is a reflection of the golden age of the São Paulo coffee economy. Completely restored and inaugurated as a concert hall in 1999, the building is older in the 1930s. The São Paulo Room is located on the premises of the former station of the Sorocabana Railroad, a Louis XVI style building.

Accessibility

Since March, Sala São Paulo has become even more accessible. The space started to count on new resources so that people with visual disabilities can learn about the history of space through audiodescriptive information and also through tactile experiences. Visitation is free and entitles a chaperone.