Auditorio de Tenerife "Adán Martín" / Tenerife Auditorium

Chic, outstanding, cutting-edge design: The auditorium theatre 'Auditorio de Tenerife - Adán Martín', designed by the famous Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava who hails from Valencia, has become one of the most important cultural spaces in the country. It offers a rich and varied cultural events program that is full of activities of the highest quality, making this building one of the most sought after auditoriums on the international circuit.

Teatro Guimerá / Guimerá Theatre

Built more than 150 years ago, the 'Teatro Guimerá' is the oldest theatre in the Canary Islands archipelago. Many of the world’s most prestigious orchestra conductors, orchestras and soloists have set foot upon its stage, and it has also been host to internationally renowned theatre and dance companies as well as a diverse number of large productions. The theatre’s fantastic acoustics are highly praised and suitable for all types of recordings, particularly those including an orchestra. The stage can comfortably fit a full symphony orchestra together with a large mixed choir. This season, the theatre’s program is packed full with a wonderful variety of nationally and internationally acclaimed music, dance and theatre events.

Teatro Leal / Leal Theatre

The 'Teatro Leal' is one of the most important stages in the Canary Islands. It was built in an eclectic style in 1915 by the Spanish architect Antonio Pintor Ocete, and seats 608 people. It currently runs an ample annual program that includes music, theatre, dance, and more.

Auditorio Infanta Leonor / Princess Leonor Auditorium

The 'Auditorio Infanta Leonor' was opened on March 12th, 2011. Since its opening, it has become a driving force and behind cultural activity in the municipality and the perfect setting for these activities. This has had a large impact on neighbouring municipalities and the more than 150,000 people who live in them, especially the 84,000 inhabitants of Arona.

The building was designed by the architects José Fco Arnau Díaz-Llanos and Fco Javier Alvarez Muñoz. Its modern infrastructure, state-of-the-art equipment, comfort, and versatility make it the perfect setting for any event. As it was built to provide the municipality with a location in which artistic creations could be expressed and shared it has magnificent technical features. It is regularly used to host congresses and conferences, but also serves as an exceptional stage for concerts, theatre performances and even cinema. This multi-purpose venue can play host to conferences and the most varied cultural events.

TEA - Tenerife Espacio de las Artes / TEA - Tenerife Arts Space

The art gallery 'Tenerife Espacio de las Artes', known to most as TEA, is the work of the Swiss firm of architects Herzog & de Meuron in partnership with local architect Virgilio Gutiérrez. The project that led to its creation was run by the Cabildo de Tenerife. It is home to the Óscar Domínguez Institute, the Island of Tenerife Photography Centre, and the Insular Network Library. This makes the TEA building, which covers 20.622 m2, unlike any other in the archipelago.

The building’s diagonal lines are what really set it apart, with its sloping entrance that sits between two levels that are intertwined by windows and corridors. The 1200 glass covered openings that are designed to be different sizes and shapes give the building its dynamic appearance, whether you are looking in or looking out.

TEA is home to FIMUCINEMA, the festival’s official selection screening. Films competing for the Alex North Award for Best Score are shown here.

Conservatorio Profesional de Música de Santa Cruz de Tenerife / Professional Conservatory of Music

The 'Conservatorio Profesional de Música de Santa Cruz de Tenerife' is the work of local architect José Miguel Zárate. The centre delivers the master classes and training programs of the FIMUCITÉ Film Scoring Academy.