Community of Madrid Space managed by Clece between 2006 and 2021.
The Teatro Auditorio de San Lorenzo de El Escorial (San Lorenzo de El Escorial Theatre Auditorium) is renowned among performing arts lovers in the Sierra Norte of Madrid. Property of the Community of Madrid, its management and programming was organised by Clece, parent company of Klemark Performing Arts & Music Management, from when it opened its doors in 2006 until August 2021.
It is considered one of the most sophisticated theatres in Spain due to both is technology and architecture, with more than 25,000 m2 of space including two theatre halls, a main lobby, up to twenty dressing rooms, a rehearsal room, two studios and an extra room for parallel activities, with capacity for 120 people.
The programme at the Teatro Auditorio de San Lorenzo de El Escorial was structured around three annual festivals – Christmas, Holy Week, and Summer – which offer a repertoire enjoyed by public of all ages, in the different disciplines of music, opera and dance.
In addition, with the main premise of the unquestionable quality of its shows, the programming of this theatre sought a relationship with the cultural heritage of El Escorial. Verdi’s Don Carlo, a Clece production, stands out as an example, and was the first time this opera was performed in the place where Schiller/Verdi based the action.