ITF VALENCIA 2015
Valencia, situated on the east-central coast of Spain between Barcelona and Murcia, enjoys good weather year-round.
For more information about things to do in Valencia while you are there, please visit the Valencia Convention and Visitors Bureau website – http://www.turisvalencia.es.
Conservatorio Superior de Música Joaquín Rodrigo de Valencia (A)
The Conservatorio was founded in 1879. The current building for the Conservatorio was opened on June 22, 2010. Within the bulding are a library, music library, a video library, classrooms and soundproof practice rooms. The Auditorio del Conservatorio is attached to the Conservatorio. It is a 475 seat performance hall that will host many of the events of the Festival.
The website for the Conservatorio is http://www.csmvalencia.es.
The Conservatorio address is Calle Cinesta Ricardo Muñoz Suay s/n. 46013 Valencia.
Palau de la Música (B)
Palau de la Música is a 1800-seat auditorium with state-of-the-art facilities and acoustics. The hall is designed to meet the complex technical needs of attractions such as symphonic concerts, pop concerts, lectures, and conferences. It is home to the Valencia Orchestra.
The exhibits, along with ITF registration, the Jr. ITF and many other ITF events, will be located in the Conservatorio Superior de Música Joaquín Rodrigo de Valencia. http://www.csmvalencia.es.