Grand Theatre

Brescia (Italy)

Grand Theatre

Originally built in around 1634, it was restored in 1739 by the architect Carlo Manfredi. The facade was designed by the architect Gaspare Turbini in 1789. In 1806 the Milanese architect Luigi Canonica rebuilt the theatre with five sections of stalls, the upper two were then turned into the circle and gallery in 1904. In 1862 Gerolamo Magnani designed the decorations for the theatre hall; the ceiling was frescoed by Luigi Campini.

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