Auditorium Parco della Musica is situated in Roma, at the heart of a budding cultural quarter, which includes Zaha Hadid’s new contemporary art gallery the MAXXI Centre. Auditorium was designed by the iconic Italian architect Renzo Piano, and it has been a success story since it opened to the public. With a plethora of new arts establishments cropping up all over the capital, Rome is flourishing in the grip of a new renaissance of the arts. Italy’s largest multi-arts centre has put Rome on the map, repositioning it alongside the great artistic capitals such as Paris, New York and London. The Auditorium is the biggest multifunctional complex in Europe and the second “cultural factory” of the world after the Lincoln Center of NY. In 10 years Auditorium is the leading cultural institution in Europe. The Auditorium hosts an ancient Villa dated 300 bC and a Museum making the Auditorium a real archeological site.