Santiago Performing Arts

From the dozens of museums scattered around the city, it's clear Santiaguinos also have a strong love of culture. Music, theater, and other artistic endeavors supplement weekends spent dancing the night away.

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Ballet Nacional Chileno

The venerable Ballet Nacional Chileno, founded in 1945, performs at CEAC U Chile (ex-Teatro Universidad de Chile) near Plaza Baquedano.

Ballet de Santiago

The Teatro Municipal has its own company, the Ballet de Santiago, which performs regularly, often with guest soloists. ...

CEAC U Chile

The Coro Sinfónico and the Orquesta Sinfónica, the city's highly regarded chorus and orchestra, perform near Plaza Baquedano at the...

Cine Hoyts Parque Arauco

Cine Hoyts Parque Arauco is the city's most modern cinema, with 3-D and deluxe seating. Be sure to check to see if movies are subtitled...

Cinemark Alto Las Condes

Among the best theaters in town is the Cinemark Alto Las Condes. Its dozen screens, some of which are 3-D or XD, show the latest releases.

El Biógrafo

Most of the city's art cinemas tend to screen international favorites. The old standby is El Biógrafo, which shows foreign films on...

Festival Internacional Teatro a Mil

In January, the year's best plays are performed at Estación Mapocho and other venues in a program called the Festival Internacional...

Matucana 100

Over the past several years, Matucana 100, a converted train warehouse, has become one of the main anchors of the area surrounding Quinta...

Movistar Arena

Movistar Arena, a covered stadium inside Parque O'Higgins, is a frequent venue for concerts by popular singers and groups, principally...

Parque de las Esculturas

This lovely little sculpture park is tucked in between the Mapocho River and Cerro San Cristóbal. Arrive there by walking over the bridge...


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